Teenage girls think they're not smart enough to become scientists

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Teenage girls think they're not smart enough to become scientists

One third of teenage girls say they're not smart enough to pursue a career in science, according to new research. A campaign prompted by figures from polling agency YouGov, is being launched to provide 11 to 16 year olds with female role models working in the industry. Scientists Jenny Griffiths and Florence Adepoju speak to London Live News about inspiring the next generation.

 

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