One Way to Fight for Equity in Science: Nominate More Minorities for Big Prizes
Many such prizes don't even come with award money, but they boost people's careers.
What America's Science Agencies Are Doing About Harassment
Activists are putting the pressure on the federal government to leverage its money against alleged sexual harassers.
The Way We Identify Professionals Disadvantages Women
Males are much more likely to be granted last-name-only status, which implies eminence in their field.
How Gender Bias Subtly Influences Supreme Court Decisions
New research suggests male justices are more receptive to appeals that line up with gender stereotypes.
The Small Publishers Boosting Female Talent in Comics
Marvel and DC could learn a thing or two from their indie competitors.
The Overwhelming Gender Bias in 'New York Times' Book Reviews
A new study finds that gender bias in book reviewing doesn't merely show up in which authors get reviewed more often—it affects authors who veer from common gendered stereotypes as well.
Fathers Behave Very Differently With Young Boys, Girls
New research finds that, when interacting with their toddlers, dads' behavior reflects gender stereotypes.
The Imagined Link Between Masculinity and Creativity
New research suggests men are perceived to be more innovative than women.