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Women cannot get better STEM career opportunities even they work like men

Whenever Cornell University demographer Sharon Sassler talks about her latest research, she has to restrain herself from singing the lyric, "Why can't a woman...
scientific research

Election 2016: What’s ahead for scientific research?

The president of the United States can have a profound impact on funding for scientific research. Susannah Gal, associate dean for research and outreach...
Hybrid Approach to Creativity

Hybrid Approach to Creativity: Arts, Science and Everyday Life

The investigation of domain specificity by means of structural models is undoubtedly one of the most cutting edge subjects in creativity research. Whereas the dominant...