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What does the UK’s scientific workforce look like?
Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS discusses the recent Royal Society report A picture of the UK scientific workforce.
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yesterday by royalsociety
Inspiring Scientists: Diversity in British Science
The Diversity Programme has commissioned National Life Stories' at the British Library to undertake a new oral history project "Inspiring Scientists: Diversity in British Science".
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october 2013 by royalsociety
Access all areas
Professor Robin Perutz writes in Chemistry World about access to support for disabled students studying science at the University of York.
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august 2013 by royalsociety
Stemming the tide
Laura Howes in Chemistry World discusses how to mend the leaky pipeline in chemistry.
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august 2013 by royalsociety
Science unlimited: diversity breeds creativity
Geri Richmond, Richard M and Patricia H Noyes professor of chemistry at Oregon University, US, writes in Chemistry World about diversity, creativity and innovation.
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august 2013 by royalsociety
Diversity: Leading the way
Professor Julia Higgins presents an article in Chemistry World about current research and activities of the Diversity Programme at the Royal Society.
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august 2013 by royalsociety
Behind the scenes at a wikipedia edit-a-thon
A 'Library Day in Life 2013' post - behind the scenes of a Wikipedia edit-a-thon celebrating Rosalind Franklin's birthday. Part of the MRC/Royal Society/Wikimedia UK Women in Science Wikipedia edit-a-thons series 2013.
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july 2013 by royalsociety
Using Wikipedia to inspire the next generation of women scientists
A Wikipedia edit-a-thon at the National Institute for Medical Research gives their notable women a digital makeover - in conjunction with the Royal Society and Wikimedia UK
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july 2013 by royalsociety
It is diversity (and not just gender) that matters!
An ecological perspective for research into the business case for diversity. A post from Dr Michael Bonsall, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford and member of the Equality and Diversity Network at the Royal Society.
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july 2013 by royalsociety
Gender Issues in European Academic Science
A post from Professor Athene Donald's blog about the success rates of women in ERC award rounds.
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june 2013 by royalsociety
Diverse initiatives to promote diversity in science, engineering and maths: Part 2
Second part of the Society of Biology blog signposting some of the various current initiatives aimed at increasing the diversity of people studying and working in STEM,to coincide with today’s Parliamentary Links Day.
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june 2013 by royalsociety
Invited Speakers, Role Models and Women
Do role models matter? And if so, in what kind of situation are they most important? A post from Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS.
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june 2013 by royalsociety
Diverse initiatives to promote diversity in science, engineering and maths
In the run up to Parliamentary Links day, the Society of Biology highlights some of the excellent initiatives aimed at promoting greater equality and diversity STEM education and employment.
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june 2013 by royalsociety
Time for a small smile of optimism for women at the Royal Society?
A post from Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS on the number of women elected to the Fellowship in 2013
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may 2013 by royalsociety
Ensuring Diversity at Royal Society Events
A post from Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS on gender balance at Royal Society events.
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april 2013 by royalsociety
Diversity in the Royal Society: What?? Only two women**!!???
A post from Professor Edward Hinds FRS on the number of women elected to the Fellowship.
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april 2013 by royalsociety

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