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Science in the workplace references

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Barnes, A., Brodie, M., Collins, J., Eaton, D., Mannion, K., Moore, A., Morton, P., Nix, C and Windale, M., (2010) STEM Subject Choice and Careers: Lessons Learned (Part 1), Sheffield Hallam University. Available online at: www.shu.ac.uk/_assets/pdf/cse-stem-lessons-learned-report.pdf

Barnes, A., Brodie, M., Collins, J., Eaton, D., Mannion, K., Moore, A., Morton, P., Nix, C and Windale, M., (2011) STEM Subject Choice and Careers: Lessons Learned (Part 2), Sheffield Hallam University. Available online at: www.mathscareers.org.uk/_db/_documents/STEMreportPart2.pdf

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