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Katharine Miller

WISE event 19/09/2017 12:00 h.

CNIO Auditorium

Katharine Miller. Founder Partner 3CCompliance, Madrid, Spain

Leave your comfort zone and be disruptive!

NewsWomen in science: Finding consensus (Nature)

US female deans, provosts and other academic administrators gave higher ratings than their male counterparts to policies and strategies aimed at improving the lives of professional women in science, a study finds. And they disagreed with male administrators about the value of some strategies for retaining female faculty members in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Full article: Women in science: Finding consensus

'Boy Sutff'

Daniel Brotons, Ignacio Montes and Raul de la Torre star in this short created by Informix and directed by Aldara Filgueiras, who was inspired by all the strong and determined women around her. All women that do not conform and rise up and take the floor. It is a history that reclaims gender equality.

Science Has Consistently Underestimated Women Because Scientists Are Sexist (Broadly)

In her new book, "Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong," Angela Saini argues that the "sexist baggage" within science has made us-mistakenly-believe women are weaker than men. Her central premise? That science is just as capable of reinforcing sexist gender stereotypes as any other discipline-and as a result, women have been consistently underestimated throughout human history.

Full article: Science Has Consistently Underestimated Women Because Scientists Are Sexist