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As a culture and a profession, medicine continues to systematically disadvantage women physicians at every stage of their careers.
Sexual harassment is draining. It takes up time and energy, and it does not result in anything for one's CV or annual review. It is a productivity tax on women.
It's easy (and right) to criticize Trump for his vulgar dismissal of developing countries, but scientists harbor their own prejudice.
To correct gender disparities in academia, the Max Planck Society and the Australian government are taking the uncommonly direct approach of affirmative action.
After unanimous recommendations for Promotion with Tenure from both the department and college committees, the Dean overturned the committees' votes. He would not be recommending me for tenure.
Strategy for gender balance and equal opportunities for women and men at the ETH Domain.
Inequalities in academic citation distribution are analyzed using Thomas Piketty's approach to analyzing economic inequality, with some fascinating results.
The key concepts and current academic research around unconscious bias.
The Guardian investigates the low numbers of female professors.
Tougher editorial standards and/or biased referee assignment may force women to write better, and may also reduce their productivity.
Gender gaps in grant success rates were significantly larger when there was an explicit review focus on the principal investigator.
How do we create a social structure to foster empowerment?
The focus on child care may conceal a bigger barrier to female participation in the labor force: tending to the growing ranks of aging family members.
At Camp Invention in Norwalk, Connecticut, elementary school girls string beads marked with 0s and 1s. They’re getting an introduction to the binary system that underlies computer coding.
It’s not because they turn down talks more often, or because there aren’t enough women to invite.
Study finds that men speak twice as often as women do at colloquiums, a difference that can't be explained away by rank, speaker pool composition or women's interest in giving talks.
For far too long, Darwinian theory has justified sexist attitudes and behavior.
Survey finds that women are more prone to recognizing honorary co-authors in papers, but less likely to pad citation lists.
The Hanson Robotics headline maker is now pushing for women's rights in a country that granted her more rights than it grants most human females.