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New report led by Atkins 'Britain's got talented female engineers - download it here

last modified Sep 13, 2013 11:18 AM

To help encourage more women into engineering, Atkins led a unique survey in partnership with the Royal Academy of Engineering, Rolls-Royce and BP to ask 300 professional female UK engineers what inspired them to choose a career in engineering and how they feel about their choice.

The result is the ‘Britain’s got talented female engineers’ report which provides fascinating insights, statistics and views which we hope will prove to be a hugely popular tool in inspiring a new generation of female engineers. 

Download the report here or follow this link to the main site (open a new window).

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