Career progression for women in science is still being stifled

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A new study of more than 500 scientific institutions has found that career progression for women in science is ‘disappointingly low’.

With initiatives like Athena SWAN in place today, we’re certainly working towards greater gender equality in the world of science.

But according to new research, we still need to up our game in terms of helping women progress in STEM careers.

Women now make up half of the student body in life sciences…

…. Reed More from source link Lisa Ardill

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