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 […]