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That this House welcomes and supports National Science and Engineering Week, 11 to 20 March 2011; notes the work of many schools, community groups, science centres and museums across the country which are organising thousands of events and activities involving hundreds of scientists and engineers; recognises that National Science and Engineering Week and its partners offer a wealth of opportunities for young people to enjoy and learn more about the sciences and engineering; acknowledges that young people are challenged and stimulated by science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) topics; and calls for more to be done, in addition to the STEM clubs and STEM ambassadors schemes, to encourage greater numbers of young people into STEM careers.
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