Women in STEM 2019
“I was the only girl in the room – but STEM workplaces are changing”
When Karen Mason started her career as an apprentice in the 1980s, she was just one of five girls among 144 men. Today, STEM still struggles to recruit enough females, but steps are being made to redress the balance. STEM products are changing – from the personal computer to the 3D printer – and it … Continued