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Stanford engineering graduate student Serena Yeung, right, meets with male engineering students Jeff Piersol, center, and David Liu, left, on a project. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

The push to recruit more women into science, engineering and technology (SET) jobs has seen a measure of success in recent years but “hostile macho cultures” make retention an altogether different matter.

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