Shoshana Wodinsky

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Challenging sexism in the scientific field

A survey released last month found just 13 percent of women are members at the National Academy of Sciences, a private, non-profit founded in 1863. Throughout the world, less than one-eighth of women are members of scientific academies. Dorothy Ngila, a researcher who worked on the study, said scientific bodies should reflect the diverse amount […]

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Questioning ethics in science tests

Scientists are viewed as objective researchers seeking out the truth without taking shortcuts. But that is being questioned. Last month, a research team at Stanford University, after reviewing 500 reports, found two-thirds of animal experiments did not say if their subjects were dropped. Moreover, only 30 percent of experiments reported it. This is important because […]

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