Aleida Rueda

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Science and technology journalist.

Diversity as the central axis in research

The percentage of female researchers in Latin America is among the highest in the world. It has reached 44 per cent, compared with the global average of 28 per cent. However, a gender gap persists, standing in the way of women scientists having the same opportunities and recognition as their

International prize recognises women scientists from 5 developing countries

Five women scientists from the developing world have been awarded an international prize for research that promotes socio-economic development and a better quality of life. The awards — a partnership between the Elsevier Foundation and the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) — were presented at the annual