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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
Female engineers who work at Facebook may face gender bias that prevents their code from being accepted at the same rate as male counterparts, according to internal company studies disclosed today.
New study suggests female professors outperform men in terms of service -- to their possible professional detriment.
We can overcome the tyranny of inaccessible science hardware by building a movement for equity in science.
Venture capitalists are bright, clannish and almost exclusively male
Male scientists in the United Kingdom report teaching less than their female counterparts, while women and minorities tend to feel disadvantaged in their careers.
The results, from a survey of UC Berkeley students in the physical sciences and engineering, highlight a stumbling block for diversity and inclusion efforts—but also offer a potential bright spot
Using public information about the identities of 9000 editors and 43000 reviewers from the Frontiers series of journals, we show that women are underrepresented in the peer-review process.
Analysis of research performance through a gender lens across 20 years, 12 geographies, and 27 subject areas.
Women scientists from yesterday who overcame even bigger barriers and changed the world.
Gender-bias in peer reviewing might persist even when gender-equity is reached because both male and female editors operate with a same-gender preference whose characteristics differ by editor-gender.
The glass ceiling appears sooner than we thought.