Study finds U.S. bias against women in science

  1. WASHINGTON - Women are being filtered out of high-level science, math and engineering jobs in the United States, and there is no good reason for it, according to a National Academies report released on Monday.

    ...possible excuses-biological differences in ability, hormonal influences, childrearing demands, and even differences in ambition ....
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14893782/
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  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   Tweety
    The good old boys club alive and well I see.
  4. by   Medic2RN
    "It is not a lack of talent but an unintended bias ...
    I find it hard to believe it's completely unintended. I thought they have been campaigning pretty hard to get more young women into the sciences.
  5. by   Roy Fokker
    possible excuses — biological differences in ability, hormonal influences, childrearing demands, and even differences in ambition ....
    Now where have I heard that one before?
  6. by   CHATSDALE
    thi is not the world i want for my dtrs and gdtrs

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