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STEM – SCIENCE, technology, engineering, and mathematics – has long been a male-dominated sector. Historically, men and women have been steered to focus on different career paths, leaving a gap for female scientists and engineers – which, finally, is set to be increasingly filled. More and more, programs tailormade for women aiming to enter 16

January 2017

the industry are being created, and multinational software corporation Autodesk has been vocal about supporting this. In 2016, on Ada Lovelace Day (which falls on the second Tuesday in October), Autodesk released a dedication to Lovelace which also highlighted the work it is doing to support women in STEM. Ada Lovelace was an English


Business Review USA and Canada magazine - January 2017