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When the Los Angeles Review of Books included only one woman writer in its tech issue, the Internet responded with a glorious list of women writers we should all know.
The president wants to cut $5.8 billion from the budget of the largest public funder of biomedical research in the world. Brace yourselves: We're all about to get a lot sicker.
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At 40, the writer—single, childless, and employed but not career bound—secretly feared dying alone having accomplished little. So she decided to do something about it. (But not today.)
Autism diagnoses cluster in high tech hot spots. And scientifically-minded parents marrying each other may be the reason why.
Malcolm Gladwell and Oliver Sacks might be the marquee names, but some of the most compelling books on neuroscience have been written by women.
Caltech, the top scientific research university in the world, just spent 10 years trying to increase its female faculty members to 25 percent. Why didn’t it work?
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