Category Archives: diversity

Like I said.


That bit where I worried that the rest of the world might not treat my daughter the way they treat my son? Yeah, this recently published study backs that up. I think what shocks me the most is that so … Continue reading

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A jambalaya about women in science/feminism/politics


There’s been a lot of ‘stuff’ (for lack of a better word) making it through my ‘what’s interesting’ filter in the last week concerning women. It started off with the debate coverage concerning Romney’s ‘binder of women’ and ensuing discussion … Continue reading

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Revisiting why women don’t stay in science


Today, J is 5 months old. Every day, he looks more and more like his father. Apparently, his behavior and development are a lot like his father too…. in that he has a voracious appetite, is an early teether (both … Continue reading

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The Weaker Sex


Looks like Larry Summers is finally resigning. I can’t say I’m surprised. He sure made a mess of things PR wise. But whether you think he was right or he was wrong, one very good thing has come out of this … Continue reading

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