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Sky Women in Technology Scholars

Sky

Rebecca is looking to create never-before-seen interactive story-telling that will mix linear television and gaming to provide viewers with a dynamic blended reality.  She recently worked on&nb...

Why we Still Need to be Championing Gender Diversity

Pontoon Solutions

At the end of 2018, Forbes published a list of the 50 most influential women in tech . This illustrious list demonstrates that role models in the tech industry are out there. However, there is still w...

American Express: Success at FDM Everywoman in Tech Awards

American Express

On 7th March at the Everywoman in Technology Awards we proudly watched Maureen Biney win the Innovator category, and Nelly Kiboi as finalist for the Software Engineer award. Congrats both! A great res...

Durham University Focus on Women in Technology

Durham University

Our Computer Science department is thrilled to announce the appointment of Professor Sue Black, OBE, Computer Scientist and Social Entrepreneur, who is set to inspire a new generation of computer...

Jobs and careers for women in technology

VERCIDA

The technology industry has a problem with women. There are not enough of them. The number of working women in technology is significantly lower than most other UK work sectors. Just 17% of those work...

BBC: Set to Host its First TechWomen Hackathon in July, 2017

BBC

BBC is hosting its first ‘TechWomen Hackathon’ at their offices in MediaCity, Salford on Saturday, 15th July. It is a one-day innovation event and is completely free. T...

Finalists revealed for Women in IT Awards 2017

University of the West of England

The finalists for the annual Women in IT awards has been announced, with nominees including, Lisa Neale (Openreach) and Vicki Cadman (BT) for Advocate of the Year; Maggie van’t Hoff (Shell), Sam...

Better job descriptions could get more women in technology

Although companies want more women in technology, female technologists are struggling to get hired. Yet greater transparency and better job descriptions could help resolve that disconnect, according...

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