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Cathleen S. Morawetz, the first female mathematician to receive the National Medal of Science, died Aug. 8 at 94.
These are some issues that males simply do not have to face. The "anxiety gap" exists for a reason, and it is not about biology.
Don't be taken in by the memo’s faux-reasonable tone.
Support for the Google ‘manifesto’ on gender difference recalls the rationale of eugenics.
In the past few months, three high-profile science conferences have ignited internet ire for their lack of representation of women.
New study of harassment of graduate students by faculty members suggests that the problem is worse -- both in level of offense and prevalence of repeat offenders -- than many believe.
“My university's resources to combat abusive supervisors are laughably ineffective.”
Two top scientists are suing their employer, the Salk Institute, alleging that they and other women have suffered long-term gender discrimination at the renowned California research center.
39 percent reported having been verbally harassed and 9 percent said they had suffered physical harassment at work.
There are probably much better reasons for creating a diverse team and organization than boosting creativity.
Implicit biases are pervasive and unavoidable. But they can be changed.
Study underway tests whether black and women applicants for NIH grants face discrimination.
Diversity stats across the Royal Society’s activities.
Why are science and maths teachers more likely to leave the profession?
The biomedical research enterprise strives to be a meritocracy, but structural inequities and the reliance on nonscientific proxies such as journal impact and university prestige present roadblocks.
Papers with female first authors receive 10% fewer citations than comparable work published by men, according to a new study
They act as a “social vaccine” that protects female students against negative stereotypes and gives them a sense of belonging.
Relying just on numbers to assess gender equality is insufficient because companies and researchers are smart enough to game the system.
Re-structuring presentation programmes could make meetings more accessible.
Here’s how the agency is trying to change that