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Science Learning Centres
Science Learning Centres provide Continuing Professional Development for everyone involved in science education, at all levels.
Added on: 16/02/2009


STEMNET
STEMNET aims to ensure that more young people in the UK make a choice to enter science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related careers.
Added on: 16/02/2009


WISE Campaign
The WISE Campaign is the lead organisation for the provision of advice, services and policy consultation regarding the under-representation of women in science, engineering and technology (SET).
Added on: 16/02/2009


Women into Science, Engineering and Construction Campaign
The WISE Campaign encourages young women to stick with studying Maths and Physics and to consider careers in those areas of Science, Engineering and Construction that they have traditionally rejected.
Added on: 16/02/2009


The London Engineering Project
The London Engineering Project co-ordinates science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities in schools and colleges in South and East London, engaging with pupils of all ages.
Added on: 16/02/2009


The Women's Engineering Society
The Women's Engineering Society is a professional, not for profit network of women engineers, scientists and technologists.
Added on: 16/02/2009


Daphne Jackson Trust
The Trust operates a Fellowship Scheme for Women Returners to Science and Engineering which was set up by Professor Daphne Jackson in 1985.
Added on: 16/02/2009


The Equality and Human Rights Commission
The new commission brings together the work of the three previous equality commissions, and also takes on responsibility for other aspects of equality: age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, as well as human rights.
Added on: 16/02/2009


Centre for Science Education
The Women in SET team is based with the Centre for Science Education which delivers a range of projects and support for organisations involved in STEM
Added on: 18/02/2009


Wales Resource Centre for Women in SET
The Welsh Resource Centre is based in the Cardiff Women's Workshop
Added on: 18/02/2009


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