What is stopping girls going into science and technology?

The science & tech industry needs 40,000 new graduates every year. Is making the subjects more attractive to girls in school the answer? Professor Carole Mundell, who leads the Liverpool Gamma Ray Burst group in the LJMU Astrophysics Research Institute, talks to BBC Breakfast

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