Women in STEM

“Girls aged between 11 and 19 were more likely than boys to say that engineering was “dirty, greasy or messy” and were more likely than boys to report low levels of self-efficacy in the subject than boys, according to EngineeringUK’s Engineering Brand Monitor.4.57” From an early age, girls are often discouraged from engineering. Gender stereotypes […]

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The Hidden Figures of the Engineering World

Ada Lovelace. Hedy Lamarr. Katharine Burr Blodgett.  The likelihood that you have heard of these women may be quite slim and yet they have had a direct impact on most of our lives. Each of them has contributed to the development of modern technology, whether that be through their ideas or inventions. Lovelace Ada Lovelace, […]

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