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Women In Stem
women in stem
Study Finds Women Who Were Into
Are More Likely to Work in STEM
It’s “the Scully Effect.”
Afghan Girls’ Robotics Team Wins First Place in European Competition
They invented a solar-powered robot that could help small-scale farmers in their fields.
women in stem
Female Scientists Will Be Honored in a Light Show at Grand Central
The installation is part of GE’s campaign to close the gender gap in STEM by 2020.
Betsy DeVos and Ivanka Trump Totally Left This Little Girl Hanging
She just wanted to ask a question.
The Afghan Girls’ Robotics Team Will Be Allowed to Attend U.S. Competition
The team of six girls have arrived in Kabul to receive documentation.
Could a Two-Hour Workshop Help Get More Women Hired in STEM?
A promising new study shows workshops designed to break people’s “bias habits” could help get more women hired in STEM fields.
The Afghan Girls’ Robotics Team Was Just Denied Entry to the U.S. Again
The six teenage girls wanted to travel to the U.S. for a robotics competition, but their visa applications were denied twice.
Yet Another Man of Science Cannot Deal With Women
A Nobel Laureate has resigned over comments about his “trouble with girls.”