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Guides, brownies and rangers gathered round different model bridges made of Lego

Using LEGO to tackle gender inequality in STEM

6th April 2020

On Saturday 1st February at Ely College, the first large-scale STEM day organised by Girlguiding Cambridgeshire East took place. One of the volunteers was Elizabeth,…

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Superficial attraction: better membranes through surface science

27th January 2020

By Gabriel Villar, Biophysicist Water is a multifaceted actor in our lives, being variously an ingredient in food, a domestic…

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Springboard volunteering

27th September 2019

Springboard’s ethical policy means we can always be proud of doing good work that helps people around the world. In…

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How Springboard has increased applications from female engineers and scientists (Part 3 of 3)

24th July 2019

This blog originally appeared on the Cambridge Association for Women in Science and Engineering website. In my previous blog I…

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How to help others understand your personal strengths during an interview (Part 2 of 3)

18th July 2019

This blog originally appeared on the Cambridge Association for Women in Science and Engineering website. In the previous blog I talked about…

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Male leaders need your help to address gender inequality in the workplace – here’s how (Part 1 of 3)

27th June 2019

This blog originally appeared on the Cambridge Association for Women in Science and Engineering website. Women make up 50% of…

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3 sure steps to faster R&D

21st September 2018

Are you an R&D manager who would like to get your products to market more quickly? You may have suffered…

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Nanopatterning for medical applications

6th September 2018

Nanotechnology appears in popular culture as a cure for everything from cancer to balding. In science nanotechnology is an umbrella…

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What does ‘rapid’ really mean?

30th July 2018

One of the real strengths of working with a consultancy is the ability to increase the size of your team,…

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