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2014 Annual Review now available to download

The 2014 Daphne Jackson Trust Annual Review is packed full of information about our Fellowship scheme and the inspiring research our Fellows are carrying out at universities around the UK.

2014 was a dynamic year for the Trust and 21 women and 4 men began their return to research with a Daphne Jackson Fellowship. The review highlights examples of Fellows’ research that is impacting lives, and demonstrates how committed Daphne Jackson Fellows are to returning to research and to engaging others with science, technology, engineering and maths. The Trust’s commitment to supporting individuals wishing to return to STEM careers was recognised in November 2014 when we won the 2014 WISE Leadership Award.

Download the 2014 Annual Review to find out more.

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