Letters

March 7, 2005

Science, Math and Women
Our cover package on the differences between men's and women's brains provoked strong responses — especially from women in science and education, who know all too well the kinds of discrimination that keep them from reaching the top in traditionally male-dominated fields

"Who says a woman can't be Einstein?" was invaluably informative about the scientific research and sociological theories concerning women in math and science [March 7]. As a woman university student, I am continually saddened by the negative attitudes that persist in academia about women's aptitude in those fields. As suggested...

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