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Avoiding bias in grant review is necessary to ensure the best research is funded, regardless of who proposes it.
Only 14 percent of all engineers in the U.S. today are women, and the gender imbalance continues, or even worsens, when women enter the workforce.
Research labs and field sites are swarming with men who sexually harass and assault their colleagues. But when women come forward, the perpetrators aren’t punished—the victims are.
"We've been very concerned for a long time about the difference in success rates for men and women applying to our various schemes," said Professor Anne Kelso, CEO of the NHMRC.
"…cultural change rests with individual scientists, teams, and professional societies."
Max Planck is latest European institution to embrace hiring strategy that limits certain openings to female candidates.
How the Swiss education system (re)produces inequalities between women and men.
A survey shows specific traits are critical to women’s success.
Acceptance rates of articles is higher when first authors come from English-speaking high income countries; and articles from high income countries have higher citation rates.
Rwanda is the global leader in terms of percentage of women in government, but the idea of women in positions of leadership is still seen as a taboo.
Sue Finley began working at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory three days before the US space program launched its first satellite.
We all lose because of the biases of Wall Street and Silicon Valley.
Various women who have inspired us for their trailblazing efforts in science.
The latest 2016 Canadian census information was released this week. Lots of statistics relating to labour, education, commutes to work and migration, among other things.
Income and gender make a big difference in who winds up inventing.
Gender pay gap is tangled with many aspects of physics culture.
New technologies like artificial intelligence, self-driving vehicles and the internet of things could be used to reduce the widening economic gulf that is emerging in modern societies.
“Bombshell”, a new documentary film, tells the story of a studio star and pioneer of wireless technology.
Though women earn significantly more bachelor’s degrees than men, they are substantially less likely to obtain a degree in science, technology, engineering or math.
A new movement calls for tech investors to back more start-ups led by women and people from ethnic minorities.