Women Winners of Nobel Prizes in the Sciences

Only 25 women have received a Nobel Prize in physics, chemistry, medicine, or economics since the award's inception in 1901, with one woman--Marie Curie--winning both a Nobel Prize in Physics and a Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Women Are Underrepresented as Recipients of Many Prestigious Awards

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Mentors Wanted To Help Close The Cybersecurity Gender Gap

The global cybersecurity industry will need to grow by 80 percent to meet current and future demands. Critical to growing the workforce is closing the cybersecurity gender gap, according to a new report.»  Link to the original article