Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon on getting girls into STEM

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Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon on getting girls into STEM

In a bid to get girls into careers in STEM, London's Royal Institute of Science has been giving a group of teenagers from Croydon High the chance to spend the morning in a lab doing forensic experiments.

Marking international day of the girl, mathematician and scientist, Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon has been talking about what more could be done to encourage girls to aspire to have jobs in the industry. 

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