On 11 February 2022, BASNET Forum, together with its partners ŠMSM, VU FF and VU Life Centre, FTMC, KTU, NSK, KU and LBTA, organised a remote event to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The event was dedicated to Lithuanian upper secondary school students and their teachers. The aim was to highlight the importance of the International Day for Women and Girls in Science to ensure gender equality in science and to showcase the achievements of Lithuanian women scientists in STEM. The event was opened by the President of BASNET Forum, Doc. dr. Dalia Šatkovskienė. The participants were welcomed by the Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Education and Science Agnė Kudarauskienė. Joana Smirnovienė, a researcher at the Life Sciences Centre of Vilnius University, Prof. Habil. dr. Gražina Tautvaišienė of the Faculty of Physics of Vilnius University, Prof. Habil. dr. Dr. Valentina Dagienė, Dr. Marija Kataržytė from the KU Marine Research Institute, Dr. Renata Butkutė from the Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology and Dr. Loreta Saunorienė, Associate Professor at the KTU Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. More than 200 students and teachers attended the event. The event was moderated by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sandra Pralgauskaitė. At the end of the event, an intellectual game “Science for All” was organised for gymnasium students. The students who answered the best questions about science and the achievements of famous scientists from around the world were rewarded with gifts from the partners of the event, and those who scored the highest points still had the opportunity to visit the science laboratories of Vilnius University, the Centre of Physical Sciences and Technology, Kaunas University of Technology, and Klaipėda University in the spring of 2022 with their class.