Artificial intelligence – the greatest opportunity for women?
18 October 2017
Sarah Burnett, Vice President at Everest Group, Computer Weekly top 30 influential women in IT, chair of BCS Women and founder of WISE members, BCSWomen AI Accelerator
Women in science are asking fewer questions than men | PLOS ONE research
18 October 2017
Authors Dr Amy Hinsley & Dr Alison Johnston from Oxford's Department of Zoology comment on the study
WISE News | WISE CEO - Helen Wollaston | October 2017
11 October 2017
I was really pleased that six of our ten finalists for the WISE One to Watch Award are apprentices – all of them shining examples to show girls where a science, engineering or technology apprenticeship can take you.
Meet Hannah Dstl graduate
2 October 2017
Recognising that the work that I do is helping to ensure the safety and security of the country and its armed forces is a humbling and occasionally frightening thought
WISE News | WISE CEO - Helen Wollaston | September 2017 Blog
7 September 2017
As we enter a new academic year, it is timely to look at the pipeline of girls choosing the core STEM subjects needed for roles in engineering and technology.
WISE News | WISE CEO - Helen Wollaston | August 2017 Blog
4 August 2017
One of the speakers sharing the platform with me at an event last month asked me why girls don’t choose engineering and technology.
T-levels are coming!
5 July 2017
WISE Board member, Professor Averil Macdonald OBE looks at the new technical qualifications called T-levels.
Winner of the 2015 Open Technology WISE Award Amanda Smith talks about life since winning
18 May 2017
Being the first winner of the Bloomberg Open Technology WISE award gave me courage.