More than 8,000 Have Joined “Request a Woman Scientist” Database
More than 8,000 Have Joined “Request a Woman Scientist” Database
In a survey, 11 percent of participants say they have been contacted for media interviews, panels, and other opportunities.
More than 8,000 Have Joined “Request a Woman Scientist” Database
More than 8,000 Have Joined “Request a Woman Scientist” Database

In a survey, 11 percent of participants say they have been contacted for media interviews, panels, and other opportunities.

In a survey, 11 percent of participants say they have been contacted for media interviews, panels, and other opportunities.

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More than 8,000 Have Joined “Request a Woman Scientist” Database
More than 8,000 Have Joined “Request a Woman Scientist” Database
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 24, 2019
In a survey, 11 percent of participants say they have been contacted for media interviews, panels, and other opportunities.
Universities Grapple with Student-Faculty Relationships
Universities Grapple with Student-Faculty Relationships
David Adam | Apr 19, 2019
In a controversial first, Princeton University bans relationships between faculty and grad students campus-wide.
Archaeologists Ask Society for Harassment Policy Change
Archaeologists Ask Society for Harassment Policy Change
Kerry Grens | Apr 16, 2019
Researchers want to avoid a situation from last week in which a professor, banned from his university for substantiated sexual misconduct claims, showed up at the Society for American Archaeology conference.
An Archaeology Meeting Finds Itself in the Middle of #MeTooSTEM
An Archaeology Meeting Finds Itself in the Middle of #MeTooSTEM
Kerry Grens | Apr 12, 2019
A reporter, slated to speak about sexual harassment, is banned from the Society for American Archaeology conference after he confronts an accused sexual harasser in attendance.
Academic Researchers at the University of California Form a Union
Academic Researchers at the University of California Form a Union
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 5, 2019
The university drops its objections and comes to an agreement on who can be included in Academic Researchers United.
Contributors
Contributors
The Scientist Staff | Apr 1, 2019
Meet some of the people featured in the April 2019 issue of The Scientist.
Opinion: The “Money Culture” in Academic Biomedical Research
Opinion: The “Money Culture” in Academic Biomedical Research
David Rubenson | Mar 29, 2019
A drive for revenue is damaging basic science.
Survey Highlights “Shocking” Gender Bias Among PI Pay in UK
Survey Highlights “Shocking” Gender Bias Among PI Pay in UK
David Adam | Mar 15, 2019
Young science professors, both men and women, say their institutions don’t support them with enough mentoring and resources yet ask them to teach sometimes up to 40 hours a week.
Labs Pick Up the Pieces After St. Andrews Fire
Labs Pick Up the Pieces After St. Andrews Fire
Carolyn Wilke | Mar 11, 2019
Since a February blaze displaced 10 research groups, “phenomenally generous” support has emerged from across campus and the world as scientists wait to return to the bench.
Study Finds Gender Imbalances in First-Time NIH Awards
Study Finds Gender Imbalances in First-Time NIH Awards
Shawna Williams | Mar 8, 2019
Overall, men received more money on average, but R01s were an exception.