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Title: STEM ambassadors thrashing stereotypes
Authors: Duca, Edward
Camilleri, Cassi
Keywords: Stem cells
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Duca, E., & Camilleri, C. (2019). STEM ambassadors thrashing stereotypes. THINK Magazine, 28, 42-43.
Abstract: Few would dispute that technological and scientific advancements dominate the 21st century. Adverts provide ample proof. From tablets to smartphones, to robot home appliances and driverless cars, our world is changing fast. As a result, we are now living in a global knowledge based economy where information can be considered as the highest form of currency. This reality comes with both benefits and challenges. Statistics from 2013’s European Company Survey show that 39% of European Union-based firms had difficulty recruiting staff with STEM skills. Malta is no exception.
ISSN: 2306-0735
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Think Magazine, Issue 28
Think Magazine, Issue 28

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