A Look at Research on Gender and the Sciences Harvard President Lawrence Summers caused an uproar with his intimation that innate differences account for a lower number of women in the fields of math and the sciences. David Kestenbaum, himself a particle physicist, examines what the scientific evidence shows about this subject.
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A Look at Research on Gender and the Sciences

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Harvard President Lawrence Summers caused an uproar with his intimation that innate differences account for a lower number of women in the fields of math and the sciences. David Kestenbaum, himself a particle physicist, examines what the scientific evidence shows about this subject.