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Inquiry status: report published and Government response received
The “leaky pipeline” is used to describe the continuous loss of women at consecutive career stages within Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). These gradual losses reduce the numbers of women retained in STEM further education and work. The Science and Technology Committee held an inquiry into women in STEM careers.
Science and Technology Committee publishes the Government Response to its report on Women in Scientific Careers
Committee publishes Women in scientific careers report
The Committee will published it's Sixth Report of Session 2013-14 on Women in scientific careers
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This is the third evidence session of the inquiry.
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The “leaky pipeline” is used to describe the continuous loss of women at consecutive career stages within Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
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