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The Trouble with the School-to-Tech Pipeline
Anthropologist Elsa Davidson found at a Silicon Valley high school serving “at-risk” Latino and Southeast Asian kids that there are some complicated obstacles to careers in tech.
Before the Civil War, Women Were Welcomed into the Sciences
Women in the STEM fields are reclaiming the memory of a richer scientific past than some might think.
Vera Rubin was groundbreaking astrophysicist who discovered evidence of dark matter.
How Women Finally Broke Into the Sciences
Women finally broke into the sciences in sex-segregated jobs in the years between 1880 and 1910.
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