Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science? – NYTimes.com

The deeper I now tunnel into my four-inch-thick freshman physics textbook, the more equations I find festooned with comet-like exclamation points and theorems whose beauty I noted with exploding novas of hot-pink asterisks.

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One Response to Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science? – NYTimes.com

  1. manyapajama says:

    Another quote from the article: “The problem is that most girls — and boys — decide they don’t like math and science before those subjects reveal their true beauty, a condition worsened by the unimaginative ways in which science and math are taught. “

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