Gender Inequality

We need more women in tech by 2030 – here's how to do it

Women are discouraged to work in STEM, however by 2030 they will be crucial in this industry. Image: REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Ellen Stofan

Under Secretary for Science and Research, Smithsonian Institution

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