Research shows that testing of devices and drugs is often done primarily on men. And that's just downright stupid for more than one reason, columnist Carina Weijma contends.
The programm led to a case at the Netherlands Institute for Human Rights, which concluded last year that the program was not proportional.
How will Dutch business become future-proof? According to Prince Constantijn, the special envoy for Techleap, a better position for women also counts here.
In her first column, tech top woman Helen Kardan argues for involving women in all stages of the development process. "Today's technologies are designed for a selection of people."
Preferential treatment policy for women professors at Eindhoven University of Technology: The end does (not) justify the means
Although the goal of attracting more women to the highest academic positions is commendable, the TU/e women's quota is in contravention of the Dutch Equal Opportunities Act
Katherine Johnson died on the 24th of February at the age of almost 102. Johnson was a brilliant mathematician. Her work at NASA made an […]
Last Friday I bumped into a former college student and I asked her where she worked these days. When she told me that she worked […]
How can we increase the number of women in science? Don’t just create programs for women. These conclusions have been drawn from the experiences of […]
It was actually launched in the summer of 2016: the car for women. The SEAT Mii by Cosmopolitan was the result of a collaboration between […]