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Committees: Equal Opportunities
Physics research and discoveries are important elements for innovation, and economic, social and cultural development. The quality of research and development benefits from a more equitable gender balance. The Equal Opportunities Committee looks at the barriers that contribute to the under-representation of women in physics.
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Gender gap: Women represent two-thirds of doctorates, only one-third of academic jobs
Post by Administration, Monday 15 February 2021
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EPWS: woman scientist of the month
Post by Gina Gunaratnam, Tuesday 2 February 2021
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Giving voice to inclusion - IoP survey
Post by Gina Gunaratnam, Tuesday 22 December 2020
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IOP Survey on Diversity and Inclusiveness in Physics
Post by Cornelis van der Beek, Tuesday 15 December 2020
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Survey on Parenthood and career progression in STEMM
Post by Cornelis van der Beek, Monday 14 December 2020
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Gender differences in academic productivity during COVID-19 pandemic
Post by Gina Gunaratnam, Thursday 26 November 2020
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Part of the revolution: Black representation in AI and quantum information
Post by Cornelis van der Beek, Saturday 31 October 2020
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Podcast : Celebrating Black physicists
Post by Cornelis van der Beek, Thursday 29 October 2020
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Emmy Noether: The most important mathematician you’ve never heard of i
Post by Cornelis van der Beek, Friday 16 October 2020
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Celebrating Emmy Noether, Sameera Moussa, Caroline Bleeker, Toshiko Yuasa and other inspiring women in science
Post by Cornelis van der Beek, Friday 16 October 2020
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Technology is a liberating force for African women
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