The Subtle Ways Gender Gaps Persist in Science

Aaron P. Bernstein for The Chronicle

Research done by Cassidy Sugimoto, of Indiana U. at Bloomington, shows that women do more of the day-to-day labor of science while men are credited with more of the big-picture thinking.
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When it comes to science, women and men remain unequal. And while stories about overt harassment dominate the news, a host of researchers are teasing out the subtle reasons for why inequalities exist.

Cassidy R. Sugimoto is one of them. An associate...

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