Tag Archives: Science

On SAGE Insight: Helping and Hindering Undergraduate Women’s STEM Motivation: Experiences with STEM Encouragement, STEM-Related Gender Bias, and Sexual Harassment

From Psychology of Women Quarterly ‘#MeToo and other feminist social movements have highlighted the prevalence of sexual harassment and gender-biased treatment, as well as how damaging they can be. Sexual harassment includes unwelcome or inappropriate sexual advances, while gender bias … Continue reading

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Republicans trust science – except when it comes to health insurance and gay adoption

Does partisanship shape attitudes toward science and public policy? The case for ideology and religion From The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science This study finds that while Democrats are generally more “pro-science” than other political … Continue reading

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Special open access issue: Novel therapeutic approaches for neglected infectious diseases

From Journal of Biomolecular Screening ** 20th year of publication ** The Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS), marks the beginning of its 20th year of publication by releasing a special issue addressing “Novel Therapeutic Approaches for Neglected Infectious … Continue reading

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The Index on Censorship Science debate – Is transparency bad for science? #datadebate

Last week was the launch of the latest issue of Index on Censorship’s award winning magazine. A particularly topical one for us at SAGE this time, as it focusses on Science. Natasha at Index kindly let us repost her summary … Continue reading

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