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Activities & News

Since our creation at the end of 2012 the WISE Office has been working in several projects, including:

  • Creation of a seminar series in gender related topics
  • Grant Proposals to fund and develop the WISE initiatives
  • Coaching Seminars for leadership and time management
  • Flexibilization on rules for opening perimetral gates of campus
  • Expansion of the childcare possibilities within the ISCIII


Actionable equality

Half of women in science experience harassment, a sweeping new report finds

Not without women (in Spanish)

Why some people still deny the gender gap in Science? (in Spanish)

Celebrating women in science

100 Women: The ice ceiling that held women back from Antarctic exploration

Las mujeres prehistóricas tenían brazos más fuertes que las remeras de élite (in Spanish)

Machines taught by photos learn a sexist view of women

Science doesn't explain tech's diversity problem - History does

Rewriting the History of Women in Science

Women in science: Finding consensus

Science Has Consistently Underestimated Women Because Scientists Are Sexist

Gender bias distorts peer review across fields

Meet 12 badass scientists... who also happen to be women

We're losing brilliant female scientists

A play at a cancer research centre

Stereotypes about 'brilliance' affect girls' interests as early as age 6 (in Spanish)

More evidence that sexism is a big problem in science

Gone in 2016: 10 Notable Women in Science and Technology

Women under-represented in world’s science academies

Why women leave academia and why universities should be worried

Youyou Tu, Nobel Price in Medicine or Physiology 2015

Male Engineering Student Views on his Female Classmates

Two Women awarded with this year's "Princesa de Asturias" Award - Congratulations to Emmanuelle Charpentier & Jenifer Doudna!

Laurate Nobel Price Tim Hunt: female scientist cause trouble for men in labs

A Nobel Scientist Just Made a Breathtakingly Sexist Speech at International Conference

UCL Provost’s views in Women in Science (in response to Tim Hunt’s remarks about women)

Science Magazine Puts Transgender Women on Cover, Without Their Heads