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Women in science, engineering and technology
Further reading list and contact information
 

Cracking It! – Helping Women to Succeed in Science, Engineering and Technology, Josephine Warrior, 1997, ISBN 1 84019 000 0
Available from Training Publications Ltd, PO Box 75, Stockport, SK4 1PH, Telephone: 0161 480 5285, fax: 0161 474 7502


The Rising Tide: A report on women in science, engineering and technology, HMSO, 1994, ISBN 0 11 430096 8

Women in Science, Engineering and Technology - Government Response to the Report, The Rising Tide: women in science, engineering and technology, HMSO, 1994, ISBN 0 11 430103 4.

Both the above reports are available from HMSO Publications Centre, PO Box 276, London, SW8 5DT. Tel orders: 0171 873 9090 tel enquiries: 0171 873 0011 fax orders: 0171 873 8200


Breaking the Mould: An Assessment of Successful Strategies for Attracting Girls into Science, Engineering and Technology,
Department of Trade and Industry, 1997, ISBN 0 7115 0347 8.

Making the Most – Women in Science, Engineering and Technology – Building a Workforce for Sustained Competitiveness,
Department of Trade and Industry and Opportunity 2000, 1995, ISBN 0 7115 0300 1

Both the above reports are available from Promoting Women in SET Unit at the OST, at www.set4women.gov.uk


Tapping the Talent, Opportunity 2000, 1997. Available from Opportunity Now (formerly Opportunity 2000)


Winning Women – Science, Engineering and Technology – A positive choice Access Guide ISBN 1 899911 081, Participation Guide ISBN 1 899911 09 X,
Progression Guide ISBN 1 899911 10 3 These guides can be obtained from: Scottish Higher Education Funding Council, Donaldson House, 97 Haymarket Terrace Edinburgh EH12 5HD


Contacts

The Association for Science Education
College Lane, Hatfield, Hertfordshire
Telephone: 01707 267 411 Fax: 01707 266 532
Ase@asehq.telme.com
www.ase.org.uk

Association for Women in Science and Engineering (AWiSE)
AWiSE National Office 1 Park Square West, London, NW1 4LJ
Telephone: 0171 935 3282 Fax: 0171 935 0736
awise@wellcome.ac.uk
www.awise.org

Athena Project Office (and Women in Higher Education Register)
15 Prince's Gardens Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2QA
Telephone: 0171 594 5509 Fax: 0171 594 5510
aregister@ic.ac.uk
www.athena.ic.ac.uk

BAYS National Network of Science Clubs / COPUS SET Week grants British Association for the Advancement of Science (BAAS)
23 Savile Row, London, W1X 2NB
Telephone: 0171 973 3500 Fax: 0171 973 3051
www.britassoc.org.uk

British Council Science team
see our contact us pages for details

CREST Awards
www.crestawards.org

The Daphne Jackson Memorial Fellowship Trusts
Department of Physics University of Surrey Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH
Telephone: 01483 879 166 Fax: 01483 879 601
djmft@surrey.ac.uk
www.daphnejackson.org

Daphnet e-mail network
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majordomo@ic.ac.uk
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Engineering and Marine Training Authority (EMTA)
Vector House, 41 Clarendon Road Watford, Hertfordshire, WD1 1HS
Telephone: 01923 238 441 Fax: 01923 256 086
www.emta.org.uk

Gender and Science and Technology (GASAT)
Dr Jan Harding 6 Ullswater Grove, Arlesford, SO244 9NP
Telephone/Fax: 44 (0) 1962 733327
GASAT@Janda.demon.uk
www.gac.edu/~simpson/gasat/homepage.htm

Institute of Physics (Women in Physics Group)
76 Portland Place, London, W1N 4AA

Opportunity Now (formerly Opportunity 2000) Business in the Community
44 Baker Street, London, W1M 1DH
Telephone: 0171 224 1600 Fax: 0171 486 1700
opportunitynow@bitc.org.uk
www.bitc.org.uk/opportunitynow

Portia Project
Dr Nicola Bidwell, Portia Project Facilitator, Flat Two, 30 Bedford Square Brighton, BN1 2PL
Telephone: 01273 204081
nicb@solutions-inc.co.uk

Promoting SET for Women
UG 88 1 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0ET
Telephone: 0171 233 0743 Fax: 0171 215 0054
jane.griffiths@osct.dti.gov.uk
www.set4women.gov.uk

Royal Society
6 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG
Telephone: 0171 839 5561 Fax: 0171 930 2170
research.grants@royalsoc.ac.uk
www.royalsoc.ac.uk

Royal Society of Chemistry (Women's Chemist Network)
Burlington House, Piccadilly, London
Telephone: 0171 437 8656 Fax: 0171 437 8883
www.chemistry.rsc.org/rsc

Scottish Higher Education Funding Council (SHEFC)
Donaldson House, 97 Haymarket Terrace Edinburgh, EH12 5HD
Telephone: 0131 313 6500 Fax: 0131 313 6501
info@sfc.ac.uk
www.shefc.ac.uk/shefc/welcome.htm

SETNET
setnetwork@aol.com
www.setpoint.org.uk

The Science Museum
Exhibition Road, South Kensington London, SW7 2DD
Telephone: 020 7942 4455 Fax: 020 7942 4302
www.nmsi.ac.uk

Techniquest Cardiff, CF11 6BW
Tel 01222 475 475 Fax 01222 482 517 gen@tquest.org.uk

University of Bristol
Staff Development officer
Bristol
BS8 1TH
Tel (0117) 928 7161

Windows on women project
www.strath.ac.uk/Other/WISE/WOW/Profiles.html

Women's Engineering Society (WES)
The Secretary 2 Queen Anne's Gate Buildings Dartmouth Street, London, SW1H 9BP
Telephone: 0171 233 1974 Fax: 0171 233 1973
info@wes.org.uk
www.cant.ac.uk/misc/wes/weshome.html

Women into Science and Engineering (WISE)
Marie-No๋lle Barton, Manager – WISE Campaign
Engineering Council 10 Maltravers Street, London, WC2R 3ER
Telephone: 0171 240 7891 Fax: 0171 240 7517
mnbarton@engc.org.uk
www.engc.org.uk/wise

Women Returners' Network
100 Park Village East, London, NW1 3SR
Telephone: 0171 468 2290 Fax: 0171 380 0123

Women in Technology (WITEC)
Sheffield Hallam University Heriot House, City Campus Sheffield, S1 1WB
Telephone: 0114 253 2041 Fax: 0114 253 2046
Witec@shu.ac.uk
ntcrater.adc.shu.ac.uk


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