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Ocean adventures aim to inspire young women in Perth

Published on 31 October 2015

A yachtswoman who has sailed the world’s oceans in a quest to protect the environment will be hoping to inspire young women to pursue a scientific career when she speaks in Perth.

Synergy Vision wins Women of the Future Award

Published on 29 October 2015

Synergy Vision has been recognised at the Women of the Future Awards, confirming their commitment to supporting young women in business.

AJK female entrepreneur wins Best Business Women Award

Published on 28 October 2015

The owner of TekOne Technologies Ltd has been named as the winner of Science & Technology category in The Best Business Women Awards

Bioengineering becomes Imperial's 15th department to hold an Athena SWAN award

Published on 27 October 2015

This latest round of awards means that 15 of the College’s 19 departments now hold Athena SWAN awards.

Physics gender gap will take more than a century to close

Published on 26 October 2015

It could be more than a century before the disparity between the numbers of boys and girls taking A-level physics is eliminated, a conference will hear this week.

Rail minister backs ‘Women in Construction’ shunting into Crossrail

Published on 23 October 2015

Rail Minister Claire Perry went deep under ground to meet a new generation of women construction engineers working on London’s massive Crossrail project.

Female engineers: The women solving real-world problems

Published on 19 October 2015

If you want to save the world, be an engineer.

Kirkcaldy teacher awarded top STEM honour

Published on 18 October 2015

Helen Higham, a chemistry teacher, received the STEMNET STEM Teacher award for her efforts to inspire youngsters to participate in STEM subjects

Pioneering women in science: celebrate Ada Lovelace Day

Published on 13 October 2015

To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day today (October 13th), The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) is running a campaign to raise awareness of the integral role women have played in scientific discovery.

'Too hot to be an engineer' - women mark Ada Lovelace Day

Published on 13 October 2015

On Ada Lovelace Day, four female engineers from around the world share their experiences of working in male-dominated professions.

Do the maths: is a competition just for girls a plus or a minus?

Published on 13 October 2015

For every nine boys in international mathematics competitions, there is just one girl. But critics say a female-only olympiad risks making the division worse

#ILookLikeAnEngineer: Women mark Ada Lovelace Day with selfies fighting sexism

Published on 13 October 2015

Women engineers around the world are sharing their achievements in celebration of Ada Lovelace Day.

Male engineering student perfectly explains why women aren't equal to men

Published on 9 October 2015

A letter penned by mechanical engineering student Jared Mauldin has gone viral thanks to its impassioned description of the differences between men and women in the field

Google boss: 'Volkswagen scandal wouldn't have happened if more women were in charge'

Published on 8 October 2015

Google UK's managing director Eileen Naughton has said the Volkswagen emissions scandal could have been avoided had the company employed more female engineers

Martha Lane Fox condemns bias against women in tech sector

Published on 4 October 2015

Tech entrepreneur reflected on ‘unconscious’ biases against women and Britain’s future business role in the digital age

Girls Discouraged About Careers In Science

Published on 1 October 2015

Helen Wollaston, from the WISE campaign, told Sky News: "It is getting better and moving in the right direction, but not really fast enough, which is why we are working to get the message out more widely."

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