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馃嚭馃嚫#32 Men, women and science: why is the place of women in science more of a challenge than ever?

馃嚭馃嚫#32 Men, women and science: why is the place of women in science more of a challenge than ever?

14min |26/02/2024
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馃嚭馃嚫#32 Men, women and science: why is the place of women in science more of a challenge than ever?

馃嚭馃嚫#32 Men, women and science: why is the place of women in science more of a challenge than ever?

14min |26/02/2024
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The great scientific inventions profoundly transform the material conditions of our existence and indirectly engender the cultural changes that mark our civilisation. So, because their impact is so tangible, many scientists are present, literally and figuratively, in the pantheon of those who have influenced our world, alongside politicians, soldiers, philosophers, writers and artists. But for so many researchers, doctors, physicists, chemists and mathematicians, how many are women? Women scientists have too often been forgotten by history.


Today, women play a much more visible role in the human scientific adventure, and are widely represented in a number of scientific disciplines: medical, biological, social, human and environmental sciences.

The problem is that they are under-represented in the so-called hard sciences, the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Yet these disciplines are at the heart of the professions of the future. They are the basis for the main technologies that have been revolutionising the world of work and society as a whole in recent years: Big Data, connectivity, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, etc.


Happy Men & Women Share More aims to explore the place of women in science in 3 stages:

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 First, I will take stock of the shortage of female talent at the heart of a powerful economic and social engine.

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 I will then show how the so-called hard sciences are in fact a springboard to success for women

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 Finally, a few pointers will be given to help women succeed in STEM fields.


H茅berg茅 par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

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The great scientific inventions profoundly transform the material conditions of our existence and indirectly engender the cultural changes that mark our civilisation. So, because their impact is so tangible, many scientists are present, literally and figuratively, in the pantheon of those who have influenced our world, alongside politicians, soldiers, philosophers, writers and artists. But for so many researchers, doctors, physicists, chemists and mathematicians, how many are women? Women scientists have too often been forgotten by history.


Today, women play a much more visible role in the human scientific adventure, and are widely represented in a number of scientific disciplines: medical, biological, social, human and environmental sciences.

The problem is that they are under-represented in the so-called hard sciences, the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Yet these disciplines are at the heart of the professions of the future. They are the basis for the main technologies that have been revolutionising the world of work and society as a whole in recent years: Big Data, connectivity, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, etc.


Happy Men & Women Share More aims to explore the place of women in science in 3 stages:

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 First, I will take stock of the shortage of female talent at the heart of a powerful economic and social engine.

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 I will then show how the so-called hard sciences are in fact a springboard to success for women

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 Finally, a few pointers will be given to help women succeed in STEM fields.


H茅berg茅 par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

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The great scientific inventions profoundly transform the material conditions of our existence and indirectly engender the cultural changes that mark our civilisation. So, because their impact is so tangible, many scientists are present, literally and figuratively, in the pantheon of those who have influenced our world, alongside politicians, soldiers, philosophers, writers and artists. But for so many researchers, doctors, physicists, chemists and mathematicians, how many are women? Women scientists have too often been forgotten by history.


Today, women play a much more visible role in the human scientific adventure, and are widely represented in a number of scientific disciplines: medical, biological, social, human and environmental sciences.

The problem is that they are under-represented in the so-called hard sciences, the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Yet these disciplines are at the heart of the professions of the future. They are the basis for the main technologies that have been revolutionising the world of work and society as a whole in recent years: Big Data, connectivity, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, etc.


Happy Men & Women Share More aims to explore the place of women in science in 3 stages:

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 First, I will take stock of the shortage of female talent at the heart of a powerful economic and social engine.

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 I will then show how the so-called hard sciences are in fact a springboard to success for women

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 Finally, a few pointers will be given to help women succeed in STEM fields.


H茅berg茅 par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

Description

The great scientific inventions profoundly transform the material conditions of our existence and indirectly engender the cultural changes that mark our civilisation. So, because their impact is so tangible, many scientists are present, literally and figuratively, in the pantheon of those who have influenced our world, alongside politicians, soldiers, philosophers, writers and artists. But for so many researchers, doctors, physicists, chemists and mathematicians, how many are women? Women scientists have too often been forgotten by history.


Today, women play a much more visible role in the human scientific adventure, and are widely represented in a number of scientific disciplines: medical, biological, social, human and environmental sciences.

The problem is that they are under-represented in the so-called hard sciences, the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Yet these disciplines are at the heart of the professions of the future. They are the basis for the main technologies that have been revolutionising the world of work and society as a whole in recent years: Big Data, connectivity, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, etc.


Happy Men & Women Share More aims to explore the place of women in science in 3 stages:

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 First, I will take stock of the shortage of female talent at the heart of a powerful economic and social engine.

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 I will then show how the so-called hard sciences are in fact a springboard to success for women

路聽聽聽聽聽聽 Finally, a few pointers will be given to help women succeed in STEM fields.


H茅berg茅 par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

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