Survey: Impact of Parenthood on Career Progression in STEM - Mothers in Science
Mother in Science is launching the first global survey to measure the impact of having children on career progression, scientific productivity and career choices of women in STEMM, and to identify the specific motherhood-related factors driving gender imbalance in STEMM employment.
Jess Wade's One-Woman Mission to Diversify Wikipedia's Science Stories
Our largest encyclopedia overwhelmingly recognises the achievements of white men. For physicist Jess Wade, fighting this bias has been an uphill battle to ensure that the scientific contributions made by women and other under-represented communities aren’t lost to posterity.
#SNSFequality: Social Media Activities on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science
On 11 February, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the SNSF's social media channels will be reserved for stories about women researchers. The aim is to enhance the visibility of their research projects.
Accurately Analysing Diversity in Research - Digital Science
This article by Dr Hélène Draux, Research Data Scientist at Digital Science, and Dr Suze Kundu, Head of Public Engagement at Digital Science takes note of 11th February, the annual International Day of Women and Girls in Science.