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Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith (third from left) celebrates International Women's Day with students. Photo: Nikki Davis-Jones/News Corp Australia

Are STEM incentives paying off for women?

The federal government has poured millions into encouraging more women to enter careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), but uncertainty remains about which – if any – of the programs are delivering results.

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