Contact: Sandra Leander
Arizona State University
Caption: Of undergraduate biology majors, more than 60 percent are female and about half of biosciences graduate students are women. Given that, a common assumption is that biology is one STEM field that no longer faces gender inequalities. However, researchers with Arizona State University and University of Washington have proven otherwise.
Credit: Sandra Leander
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