Posts Tagged ‘women’
The IOP has responded to a Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) inquiry on women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) . Women are severely under-represented in the STEM sector and many organisations are concerned about this, especially given the economic importance of STEM to the country. There have been many attempts to increase number [...]
In today’s news round-up: Female physicists make top 100 UK women; fair access defined; GPS fears; and new method for imaging.
From gig-goers and iPod owners to construction workers and soldiers, most of us have suffered from temporary tinnitus – continued perception of noise that isn’t there – after a loud event. Two eighteen year old female physics students and their former physics teacher from Sligo County in North West Ireland have been the first to discover [...]