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In her book The Disordered Cosmos, Black queer scientist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein argues that physics can be more universal. Prescod-Weinstein is an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at the University of New Hampshire, where she studies dark matter and particle...

source: Vox

Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, is pleased to announce the launch of the most advanced 3D full female model ever available, as part of the latest addition to its 3D...

source: Elsevier

AWIS member Tejal Desai, an accomplished biomedical engineer and academic leader who earned a bachelor’s degree with Brown's Class of 1994, has been appointed the next dean of Brown University's School of Engineering....

source: Brown

Register by January 25 (one week away!) for our March 10 webinar with author Marie Benedict for a chance to win a copy of Her Hidden Genius, Benedict's highly anticipated historical novel on Dr. Rosalind Franklin. The book features the challenges Dr. Franklin faced as a...

source: AWIS

This Thursday, January 20 at 12 p.m. ET, Melody Wilding, LMSW will share how to set boundaries and un-commit when you're overbooked, including tools and scripts you can use right away. There's still time to register, and you won't regret...

source: AWIS

A new organization called the Association for Mathematical Research has ignited fierce debates in the math research and education communities since it was launched last October. Its stated mission is "to support mathematical research and scholarship" — a goal similar...

source: Scientific American


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