“I encourage women in science to reach out to their communities, sharing their achievements and its impacts on people’s everyday lives.It is also important to communicate with the public by: visiting schools, engaging with organizations, giving opportunities for girls and boys as well as youth. We women in science should to listen to communities and consider their future work plans from the perspective of the people they serve.”
The above picture is of HRH Princess Dr. Nisreen El-Hashemite, after she gifted Aziza with a stethoscope. Aziza, is a 10-year old girl from Eskisehir, a city in Turkey. She aspires to be a doctor, “I gifted her a stethoscope to help her achieve her dreams” said the Princess.
HRH Princess Dr. Nisreen El-Hashemite is the first Royal Princess to be qualified in science and medicine, she is the science princess, thus girls can be both, a princess and a scientist. Princess Dr. El-Hashemite is the Executive Director of the Royal Academy of Science International Trust, and the Founder President of Women in Science International League. She’s also the first artist to use Turkish and Arabic coffee to paint, how amazing is that!