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‪A Brief History of Sexism in Science‬



Michio Kaku

Big Think

Posted: May 27, 2012


What’s the “women in science” problem, again? From the grad student whose thesis advisor stole her Nobel-winning ideas to the once-ridiculed theorist of dark matter, female scientific excellence has long been snubbed.


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