We're exciting young minds with the real world possibilities of science.
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How can we inspire young scientists?
We are working with governments, schools, scientific institutions and our own partners, such as the McLaren Technology Group, to inspire young people with exciting opportunities that studying STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) can bring.
If there are no scientists, who will cure diseases?
The Telegraph Open Series - Vivienne Parry OBE with Nikki Yates: Should there be positive gender discrimination in science?
School leading the way to inspire young scientists
Dr Louise Morris says she wants every student at her school to have the education and opportunity to have a career in STEM.
The Telegraph Open Series article: Why don't more females choose STEM careers?
Speaking in the GSK Open Series conversations, Nikki Yates, head of UK pharmaceuticals at GSK, and Vivienne Parry, TV science presenter and author, identify a number of factors for the shortfall.
Telegraph article: Science hasn't answered all the questions on HIV
Dr Kimberly Smith, vice president of medical strategy at ViiV Healthcare, shares her experiences of a career spent working to find a cure for the disease.
Telegraph article: Alternative routes into Science
GSK apprenticeships offer students keen on a career in science an alternative to the traditional university pathway.
GSK’s President of Pharmaceutical R&D discusses the challenges of discovering new medicines on BBC Radio 4
Patrick Vallance is something of a rare breed: a game-keeper turned poacher; an academic who's moved over into industry. And not just any industry, but the pharmaceutical industry.
Telegraph article: On the job with GSK's medical device development team
A mechanical engineering graduate on a GSK Future Leaders Programme is helping to develop user-friendly devices to administer treatments safely.