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2016 Monitoring Report on Position of Women in Science

The latest 2016 Monitoring Report shows the same trends as our previous reports. Research fails to use the potential of highly qualified women. While...

Main Findings from Qualitative Research

The qualitative study focused on a more detailed analysis of the conditions of scientific work and the manifestations of gender culture in Czech academia....

Newsletter Editorial 2/2018

Dear colleagues, This issue brings you a selection of must-read articles about some of the activities of the National Contact Centre for Gender in...

2016 Monitoring Report: Main Findings

The latest 2016 Monitoring Report shows that research in the Czech Republic fails to use the potential of highly qualified women. The trend of...

Lecture on Attitudes To Working Women

In her presentation organized as part of the Science and Technology Week, historian Dana Musilová examined the attitudes toward working women in the 19th...

5th National Conference: Science As a Vocation

On 30 October 2018, the Czech Academy of Sciences hosted the 5th national conference on gender and science, this time titled Science As a...

Book Launch – Inferior by Angela Saini

On 29 October 2018, the Centre for Gender and Science launched the Czech translation of Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong by British writer...

5th National Conference on Gender and Science

Research as a Profession in 2018 On 30 Oct 2018 the National Contact Centre for Gender and Science holds the 5th national conference on...

Marcela Linková for European Assoc. for Study of Science and Technology

The Centre for Gender & Science was established as a research department at the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences in...

The State of Women in Science in India – Not Intelligent Enough?

Saranya Manoharan Women make up only 14% of Indian researchers, compared to the global average of 28%. Gender parity in participation in higher education...