Diversity in science and the civil service

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Across the civil service, what proportion of scientists and engineers are female?
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The telephone, television, condensing steam engine and bicycle were all invented by the:
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Jim Al-Khalili, the physicist and media presenter, was born in:
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In October 2015 the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change elected a new Bureau, with 34 members. How many are women?
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The disabling effects of motor neurone disease did not prevent Stephen Hawking becoming one of the youngest ever Fellows of the Royal Society. At what age did he achieve this distinction?
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20 government departments, devolved administrations and NDPBs have a Chief Scientific Advisor. How many of them are women?
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Marie Curie's many achievements include:
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Sir C V Raman won a Nobel prize for discovering the phenomenon which forms the basis of Raman spectroscopy. Was he born in:
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The civil service disability champion, Philip Rutnam, has recently set out his priorities. Which of the following is NOT among them:
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One of the trade unions representing staff in DECC recently reported that it had received reports of discrimination against staff on the grounds of: