Welcome to this Special Issue of EuroScientist on: Gender Balance!
Welcome to this special issue of EuroScientist focusing on Gender issues in research and academia.
We have asked the views of Nobel Laureates, who have an interesting perspective on women in science.
You will also discover a wealth of opinions describing what remains to be done to resolve gender issues. Not only do we discuss ways of resolving conscious and unconscious gender bias, but we also look at issues related to how gender perspective affects the nature of research itself.
As for solutions, it appears that mentoring is one of the most helpful solution, beyond more interventionist approaches such as quota, which are controversial.
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May 2016 bring you exciting prospects!
The EuroScientist team.
By Sabine Louët, EuroScientist Editor.
By Luca Tancredi Barone, Science journalist, Spain.
By Vanessa Schipani, Science journalist, Philadelphia, USA.
By Londa Schiebinger, Stanford University, USA.
By Fiona Blighe, Science Foundation Ireland.
By Janna Degener, freelance journalist, Germany.
By Agnieszka Klucznik-Törö, Innovation expert, Poland.
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