Sexism in Science

Is Science Free From Gender Bias?

In a world where gender bias penetrates every domain of life, can science be spared? It's crucial to acknowledge the probability of bias in scientific research.
How Science Got Period Pain Wrong: Angela Saini In Her New Book Inferior

How Science Got Period Pain Wrong: Angela Saini In Her New Book Inferior

In her new book Inferior, Angela Saini talks about how medical science hasn’t given period pain the significance it deserves.
A Tribute To Maryam Mirzakhani: First Woman To Win Mathematics' Fields Medal

A Tribute To Maryam Mirzakhani: First Woman To Win Mathematics’ Fields Medal

The Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani was the first woman to win the prestigious Fields Medal (equivalent of a Nobel Prize) in the field of mathematics.

The History Of ‘Hysteria’ And How Science Can Be Sexist

Hysteria was a medical diagnosis in the Middle Ages for women who didn't bow to patriarchy. The word still retains shards of its sexist past.
Safety Measures By Facebook Are Limited In Their Outlook

Safety Measures By Facebook Are Limited In Their Outlook

Facebook has announced a new feature to protect misuse of profile pictures, however, company’s liberal attitude towards trolls continues.
STEM Scholarships

5 Global STEM Scholarships For Indian Women In Science

Here is a list of STEM scholarships offered to Indian women if they would like to pursue their higher education abroad.
The New Normal Of Living With No Internet In Kashmir

The New Normal Of Living With No Internet In Kashmir

For over an year now, the meaning of sending and checking emails has changed for me. That's how life has been with no internet in Kashmir.
On Virtual Friendships And The Technology Of Hope

On Virtual Friendships And The Technology Of Hope

I know people who have tweeted to me, video called me during my worst times - my virtual friendships are as dear to me as offline ones.
women engineers

Five Indian Trailblazing Women Engineers Smashing Stereotypes

These are five women engineers that are running their own companies or working at the largest firms in the world, smashing stereotypes.
women scientists

The ‘Hidden Truth’ Of The Women In Science

Women in science today face much of the same problems that Rosalind Franklin, the hidden scientist of the DNA model, faced in the early 1900s.

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