More Women in Science

In a changing world, technology and innovation are more important than ever. Yet women and girls remain largely underrepresented in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This year, Women’s Day, 8 March, coincides with the European Year of Skills. Across the Eastern Partnership region, women and girls are brushing aside the stereotypes to take part in innovation, science and technology. In a series of articles, promising female professionals share their experiences in STEM, and encourage young girls to step up and follow their dreams.

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