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Three Indian origin female scientists selected as Australia's STEM superstars

Superstars of STEM seek to dispel societal gender stereotypes about scientists and raise awareness of women and non-binary individuals working in STEM fields.

Source : Twitter/@scienceAU

Three women of Indian origin are among the 60 scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians  selected as Australia's STEM Superstars.

According to a news release, the initiative is aimed at challenging society's gendered assumptions about scientists and to increase the public visibility of women and non-binary people, said a press report on Wednesday.

The three Indian origin STEM Superstars are Neelima Kadiyala, Ana Baburamani and Indrani Mukherjee.

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