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IOP takes a fresh approach to improving gender balance in physics

IOP takes a fresh approach to improving gender balance in physics

27 March 2017

The failure of numerous initiatives to make a “revolutionary” impact on girls’ uptake of physics has led the IOP to take a new approach outlined in its report, Improving Gender Balance: reflections on the impact of interventions in schools, IOP head of education Charles Tracy said at its launch

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