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The University of Lincoln has been recognised for its commitment to advancing women’s careers in STEMM subjects.

The University of Lincoln has been recognised for its commitment to advancing women’s careers in STEMM subjects.

Date of coverage: 12 March-14 Girls, listen up 'studying science opens doors to fascinating careers' says FTSE boss #womeninscience

Girls, listen up: 'studying science opens doors to fascinating careers' - FTSE boss

Date of coverage: 12 Girls, listen up 'studying science opens doors to fascinating careers' says FTSE boss

Date of Coverage: 11 March-14 Women Invent: 100 top women in science, technology, engineering and maths – Part 1

As Silicon Republics Women Invent Tomorrow campaign launches for a second year, we publish Part 1 of our listing of some of the leading women in the areas of science, technology, engineering and maths.

Gradcracker is the careers website for Science, Engineering and Technology university students.  There are more SET-specific employers, placements/internships and graduate programmes and graduate jobs on gradcracker.com than on any other careers website in the UK.

Gradcracker is the UK's careers website for engineering and technology students. Search work placements/internships and graduate jobs relevant to your degree discipline.

A mini documentary for school children investigating career opportunities in…

A mini documentary for school children investigating career opportunities in engineering and where STEM subjects can take you.

Men and women take different paths to power at partnership firms

Men and women take different paths to power at partnership firms

Men and women take different paths to power at partnership firms - Fortune Management

Date of Coverage: 09 July-14 One in six who earns a Ph.D. in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) pursue careers outside the field, with women and african Americans most likely to do so, finds a new American Institutes for Research (AIR)

Date of Coverage: 09 One in six who earns a Ph. in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) pursue careers outside the field, with women and african Americans most likely to do so, finds a new American Institutes for Research (AIR)

Young women’s interest in pursuing science and engineering degrees on the rise, Cambridge study shows | via The Guardian | photograph via Alamy

Female students start to show more interest in science and engineering

Date of coverage: 18 The number of female students considering university courses in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects has seen a bigger increase over the last seven years than for male students, according to new research.

There are many female scientists who are working their hardest every day trying to find cures for diseases and when it is found they often don't get the credit they deserve.

Whether you want to earn your first degree or return to school to train for a new career, you’re one of many women who attend college today. In science fields, men heavily outnumber women, though. This makes women the minority in many

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