SfAM response to inquiry into women in STEM careers

13 Sep 2013

SfAM response to inquiry into women in STEM careers

The Society for Applied Microbiology submitted written evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) careers in September 2013. Our response highlights the Society's views on aspects of work-life balance and the working environment that contribute to the leaky pipeline of female talent in STEM. We also discuss improvements that should be made by government and the higher education sector to address these issues. Please see below to download a copy of our response.

Women in STEM response_Society for Applied Microbiology