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A total of £13 million is being invested in six science centres across the UK to help bring the wonders of science to people around the country. more

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Applications for L’Oreal-UNESCO fellowship awards for women in science are now open. more

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The Managing Director of a young Tyne Valley business has been shortlisted to the final three in the 2017 ‘North East Businesswoman of the Year STEM Awards’. more

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London student Cecily Ward amongst winners of PlasticsEurope debating competition. more

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Students at the University of Huddersfield have won an award for giving a 3D Printed ‘bionic’ hand to a ten-year-old girl from North Wales. more

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The British manufacturer’s peak body EEF has released a report today giving a stark warning about the lack of STEM professionals able to work if the British Governement opts to restrict EU migrants. more

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An educational ‘toolkit’ for school age children filled with polymer science experiments has been launched as an English language version at K 2016, ready for use in UK classrooms. more

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A chemist has won an award for women in science, technology, engineering and maths, for founding and leading the eco plastics start-up, Econic. more

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On National Women in Engineering Day, the Manufacturers’ Organisation, EEF, is encouraging women to take advantages of the career opportunities available in engineering and science-based sectors. more

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Bayer MaterialScience has signed a sponsorship agreement with an international orgnaisation that encourages more girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. more

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In our new series of profiles looking at women working in all sectors of the plastics industry, we start by highlighting the career of Elena Mangano, Market Development Specialist at Instron. more

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