September 15, 2017  12:21 PM

The Science and Technology Committee has elected its new members

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"diversity in tech", "women in IT", "women in tech", government

The topic of diversity in the technology industry has been on many people’s minds of late – especially following various reports of sexual discrimination in the Silicon Valley tech scene and

January 11, 2013  5:22 PM

Changes in attitudes needed so girls don’t get left behind

kbateman Profile: kbateman
"United Nation", Education, gender, government, Skills

Recently the United Nations (UN) said that women and girls are at risk of being left behind if countries don't start putting measures in place to change attitudes towards women studying in scientific and...

June 14, 2012  3:40 PM

It’s not clever to be clever

kbateman Profile: kbateman
gender, government

I attended the Westminster Education Forum 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend

April 1, 2012  7:48 PM

Plugging the IT skills gap: Encouraging women into a career in technology

kbateman Profile: kbateman
"e-skills uk", "Information and communications technology", "IT service management", Business, government, ICT, People, Technology

This is a guest blog from Jamuna Ravi, Vice President and Head, Business IT Services, Energy, Utilities, Communications and Service at Infosys

January 17, 2011  11:25 AM

How government funding cuts are impacting women. The backlash continues.

jwilliams2 Profile: jwilliams2
"government cuts", "uk resource centre for women in science engineering and technology", "women in mobile data association", Funding, government

Following my post last week about the funding cuts for the UK Resource...

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January 13, 2011  2:07 PM

Re-inventing the wheel, elliptical wheels and hexagonal wheels: The backlash against government cuts

jwilliams2 Profile: jwilliams2
"chi onwurah", BIS, Funding, government, Stem, womenintechnology

Flickr_tyre_Be.Futureproof.jpgThe department for business, innovation and skills (BIS) recently announced...

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