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STEMM and WiSE links, Cambridge and regional

Cam Women in Tech is a network to support Cambridge’s women in technology.

Cambridge GirlGeek Dinners a group of local ladies who meet once a month to eat, drink and network with geeks of all stripes. Changing the world, one meal at a time! Always on the lookout for new members, especially speakers who can tell us a bit about their background and life as a girl geek, and any potential dinner sponsors. They also have a biweekly informal drinks event and pub quiz at the Haymakers in Chesterton, every second Monday. We’d love to see you there!

Cambridge Science Centre is an educational charity which hosts hands-on exhibitions, workshops, shows and talks to get the public excited about science and technology. Keep up to date with developments through the website where you will also find information about how you could become involved.

Cambridge Science Festival provides the public with opportunities to explore and discuss issues of scientific interest and concern and to raise aspirations by encouraging young people to consider a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

EnterpriseWOMENappeals to women of all backgrounds who think they have, or have already demonstrated their entrepreneurial ambitions. This is a programme for women led by women; elevating and harnessing the energy of the programme for personal growth and development. You will learn from Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and from entrepreneurial women already out there, sharing experiences, know-how and real-world practical guidance.

MakeSpace is a 4000 sq.ft community workshop in the centre of Cambridge for creating things, working on projects, meeting people and sharing skills. They have a wide range of equipment from lathes to laser cutters, 3d printers to sewing machines, and a classroom for workshops and presentations. The space is open 24/7 for their members.

STEM Team East is an education charity of over 27 years standing. Their aim is to promote the successes of a STEMM education to school pupils; provide teacher Continuing Professional Development (CPD) through developing links with STEMM employers; enhance and enrich the delivery of a STEMM education and enable progression pathways into STEMM careers.


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