You normally wouldn’t expect to see an all-woman panel of experts on science, technology, engineering and math (commonly known as STEM). And why would you? There is a surprising consistency in the way women and girls are under-represented in scientific, engineering and technological fields across the world, and the UK is no exception to the rule. British women make less than 10% of all engineers, are only 17% of the technology workforce in the UK, and 2 out of 3 female science graduates don’t work in Stem. In a country where the STEM skills shortage is a serious economic concern, […]