Recognizing the Achievements of Women in Science,Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine
Disparity in STEM worforce:
Since 1973, 42% of all STEM degrees were earned by females. Yet, women only make up 27% of the STEM workforce.
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Many Prestigious Awards Have Few Women Recipients Since 1980.
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Prestigious Award for Scientists from Developing World goes to South African WomanSouth African epidemiologist Quarraisha Abdool Karim was recently awarded the 2014 The World Academy of Sciences-Lenovo Science Prize for her contributions to HIV prevention and women's health. The award is given to individual scientists in the developing world for their outstanding scientific achievements.
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