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Researchers found discrepancy between the amount of women studying STEM at university and women pursuing STEM careers.

An ‘uphill battle’ for women in STEM

Despite more women in Australia studying science, technology, engineering and maths than ever, students and professionals continue to face unconscious bias and unsupportive work environments, according to a new report.

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