Articles Tagged with “WOMEN”

The pandemic brought both setbacks and opportunities for young scientists. But female researchers are getting the worst of it.

A pioneer in protein structures also left a legacy for mothers in the sciences.

Women are significant contributors to research, but their careers are often cut short when they have children. What can be done to remedy this gender disparity?

Margaret Sanger was a lifelong pioneer for birth control—and drove major innovations in the devices that made it possible.

Linda Griffith has brought a fresh perspective to the study of endometriosis, a debilitating inflammatory disease in women.

In 1849 Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman to graduate from medical school.

Point: Yes, it will help prevent diseases; Counterpoint: No, it was inadequately tested.

A cross disciplinary approach has begun to pay dividends for endometriosis research.