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Why women need male allies in the workplace – and why...

Meg Warren, Western Washington University Women and groups advocating for gender equality are increasingly urging men to become allies...

5 ways parents can help kids avoid gender stereotypes

Kyl Myers, University of Utah In the last century, significant progress has been made in advancing gender equity in...

Gaming has benefits and perils – parents can help kids by...

Katie Headrick Taylor, University of Washington As the pandemic forced many Americans to hunker down at home, the video game industry saw record spending and...

2020 campaign shows the more women run, the more they are...

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon When Victoria Woodhull ran for president in 1872, she was depicted as “Mrs. Satan” in a political cartoon. When...

Facial analysis AI is being used in job interviews – it...

Ivan Manokha, University of Oxford Artificial intelligence and facial analysis software is becoming commonplace in job interviews. The technology, developed by US company HireVue, analyses...

Beer has a sexism problem and it goes much deeper than...

Chris Land, Anglia Ruskin University When CAMRA, the UK real ale campaign group, decided to ban beers with sexist names and labels from the Great...

How indigenous women revolutionized Bolivian wrestling

Nell Haynes, Georgetown University Though wrestling is widely regarded as the world’s oldest sport, women have only recently gained a foothold. And even then, they’ve done...

Women are rising in the conservation movement, but still face #MeToo...

Megan Jones, Colorado State University and Jennifer Solomon, Colorado State University The #MeToo movement has caused profound shake-ups at organizations across the U.S. in the...

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Reclaiming lost calories: Tweaking photosynthesis boosts crop yields

Amanda Cavanagh, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign What if your ability to feed yourself was dependent on a process that made a mistake 20 percent...