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Gogglebox & STEM in Westminster as students showcase cyber skills to MPs

Published on 29 February 2016

HPE & the Tech Partnership bring 40 girls to the capital to celebrate the TechFuture Girls clubs.

University of Bath professor Carole Mundell is FDM everywoman in Technology Awards Woman of the Year

Published on 29 February 2016

Head of Astrophysics at the University of Bath, Professor Carole Mundell, has been named Woman of the Year in the UK's biggest programme championing women in technology, the 2016 FDM everywoman in Technology Awards.

GeneAdviser founder picks up award for women in tech

Published on 29 February 2016

A Cambridge entrepreneur who runs a business helping patients with rare genetic diseases has been named one of the country's top women in tech.

Photographic exhibition of women's involvement in space to be held at the University of Leicester

Published on 26 February 2016

An exhibition of photographs which show how women have contributed to the space sector is being held at the University of Leicester. It portrays women in the industry which were taken by professional female photographers from almost every continent of the globe.

'Girls in tech' competition won by boy

Published on 26 February 2016

EDF Energy has been criticised after a 13-year-old-boy won a competition that was part of a campaign to attract teenage girls to the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths.

Women in work series. Why we need more 50-something women on company boards

Published on 22 February 2016

Ian Wright, founder of NonExecutiveDirectors.com, urges women to have the confidence to go for board-level positions, because diversity improves how effective a business is.

Women considered better coders – but only if they hide their gender

Published on 15 February 2016

Researchers find software repository GitHub approved code written by women at a higher rate than code written by men, but only if the gender was not disclosed

Why are girls still rejecting stem subjects?

Published on 15 February 2016

Sally Martin, Vice President, Downstream HSSE at Shell, and Your Life Corporate Advisory Board member outlines the crisis facing the engineering industry.

Watching the heavens: The female pioneers of science

Published on 15 February 2016

Leading women in UK astronomy and geophysics today, assembled from portraits by the photographer Maria Platt-Evans

WISE move for Leeds College of Building

Published on 9 February 2016

An initiative promoting science, technology, engineering and manufacturing (STEM) skills to women across the UK has opened a new regional headquarters at Leeds College of Building.

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