Rebecca Ballantyne, a Sellafield Ltd scientist, thought she wanted a career in forensic science, yet ended up at Sellafield and on an international stage and named as one of the top 20 female scientists in the world. She is passionate about promoting STEM subjects and here she shares her tips for how to get the most out of STEM subjects.
Rebecca Ballantyne, Senior Technologist, Sellafield Ltd
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