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Universities create formula to boost women in physics

Posted on 12/03/2013
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The London Evening Standard reports that 'two London universities are urging others to follow them in boosting the number of women in physics.  Imperial College London and Royal Holloway have been awarded “champion” status for their work to reduce gender disparity in the subject.  Imperial and Royal Holloway are two of only six universities with full accreditation. Cambridge, Warwick, Glasgow and York are the others.'  Read the full article here



   
 
 
 

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