Last year the British magazine, i-D, visited Monaco to interview Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Hanover regarding Her Serene Highness the late Princess Grace of Monaco. The magazine also interviewed students “… who participated in the creation of the exhibition about the late princess at the Nouveau Musèe National de Monaco.”
On January 31, 2013, Her Royal Highness Princess Marie of Denmark was at the Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab (Royal Danish Academy of Sciences) in Copenhagen to present the UNESCO and L’Oréal Denmark scholarships to woman in science.
According to the Danish royal court the scholarships:
“…for Women in Science was created by L’Oréal Denmark with the support of the Danish National Commission for UNESCO and the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences. The grants are intended to encourage women to pursue their scientific careers after they have obtained their PhD.”
The goal is to create a better balance between women and men in the world of research, because an equal distribution of the sexes creates more diverse approaches, more dynamic and thus better research.”
If you watched the season three première of Downton Abbey last evening on PBS then I have no doubt you had a chance to watch the documentary, Secrets of Highclere Castle, as well. If not, well, now is your chance. 🙂