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Why it’s important to see women as capable … of terrible...

Jessica Trisko Darden, American University School of International Service and Izabela Steflja, Tulane University Born in 1593, Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi was the first woman...

Women have disrupted research on bird song, and their findings show...

Kevin Omland, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Evangeline Rose, University of Maryland, and Karan Odom, Cornell University Americans often idealize scientists as unbiased, objective observers....

Why female bosses get different reactions than men when they criticize...

Martin Abel, Middlebury Imagine that your boss Ethan calls you into his office. He expresses disappointment in your recent performance and lack of commitment. How...

Watch more TV to understand the backlash against the women in...

Karrin Vasby Anderson, Colorado State University Joe Biden’s promise to name a woman running mate has prompted familiar debates about gender and power. Are these potential...

How ‘Karen’ went from a popular baby name to a stand-in...

Robin Queen, University of Michigan When I read about Amy Cooper, the woman in Central Park who called the police on a black birder because...

Adding women to corporate boards improves decisions about medical product safety

Corinne Post, Lehigh University ; Dave Ketchen, Auburn University; George Ball, Indiana University, and Kaitlin Wowak, University of Notre Dame The Research Brief is a...

The US birth rate keeps declining: 4 questions answered

Marie Menke, University of Pittsburgh Over the last few decades, birth rates have decreased across the globe. The United States is no exception. Aside from a...

The fashionable history of social distancing

Einav Rabinovitch-Fox, Case Western Reserve University As the world grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, “social distancing” has become a buzzword of these strange times. Instead of...

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Stephen Hawking warned about the perils of artificial intelligence – yet...

Ana Santos Rutschman, DePaul University The late Stephen Hawking was a major voice in the debate about how humanity can benefit from artificial intelligence. Hawking...