Italian scientists Cecilia Laschi, of the Sant'Anna Superior School in Pisa, and Barbara Mazzolai, of the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Genoa, are among 25 women who have made a decisive contribution to robotics, according to the journal RoboHub.(ANSA)
The latest statistics on women’s participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in the UK. These figures provide a snapshot of the current position, fromclassroom to boardroom, based on data available in November 2012
U.S. Department of Commerce -Economics and Statistics Administration developed this report in 2011: it could be an helpfuò tool to benchmark the evolution of gender gaps in US vs Europe as they are related to the technological and scientific applications.
Science, technology, engineering and maths – STEM – are increasingly important in today’s high-skilled, hi-tech job market. Yet, while there’s a growing need for people with skills in these areas, women remain under-represented and people in rural areas are often left behind.