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30th March, 2022

Three WISE / Network…

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Following a six month Mentoring and Transferable Skills Programme, organised by WISE … Read More

7th December, 2021

“Find a part of…

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Dame Sarah Gilbert proves herself to be an inspirational role model during … Read More

26th February, 2021

Royal Academy of Engineering…

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Engineering gender pay gap in the UK less than feared, but still … Read More

26th January, 2021

Amazon announces programme to…

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New ‘Amazon Amplify’ programme includes a series of initiatives, adding to existing … Read More

24th January, 2021

Breaking UK tech’s gender…

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More women are needed in UK tech. So what is being done … Read More

6th January, 2021

Progress on women in…

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Thirty years on from the start of the push to get more … Read More

20th June, 2020

One of the million

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via Today, the campaign group Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) … Read More

10th June, 2020

More than 1m women…

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There are more than 1m women working in core roles across science, … Read More

22nd April, 2020

Coronavirus: Women’s minister insists…

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Liz Truss criticised for comments after British Medical Association raised concerns about … Read More

26th February, 2020


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Transforming the campaign for greater gender balance in STEM via The HR … Read More

2nd January, 2020

Ten years on, why…

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With the amount of women employed in the digital workforce hovering around … Read More

16th December, 2019

Female scientists use less…

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Tendency of men to use words such as ‘excellent’ has effect on … Read More

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