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Women in Science!
the system, not the women'
An article in Science which reports
issues that need attention in order to
remove the hurdles faced by women
scientists in their careers.
put in 40 hrs on research'
An article in Times of India about the
report of the study 'Trained
scientific women power: How much are
we losing and why?' conducted by WiS
Panel of IASc.
Rajeswari Chatterjee - An
girl makes a mark at international
An article on Ms Ammara Farzeen, a XI
student from Wadi, Gulbarga who made a
mark at the international level as a
Daughters: The Women Scientists of
India' (Second printing)
her own terms"
A tribute that has appeared in The Hindu
newspaper on Prof. Rajeswari Chatterjee
who passed away on September 03, 2010.
Ways to Keep Women in Science"
An article in Science which tells about
some methods by which women can improve
their science career prospects.
and Enhancing Women's Participation in
Scientific and Technological Research:
The Indian Initiatives
A report of National Task Force for
Women in Science, DST.
scientists face systemic biases"
An article in The Hindu about the report
of the study 'Trained scientific women
power: How much are we losing and why?'
by the WiS Panel of the Academy.
lecture on "Women in Science: The
Lilavati's Daughters Project" by Prof.
Ramkrishna Ramaswamy at NIAS
This is a report in the Times of India
newspaper about the public lecture on
'Women in Science: The Lilavati's
Daughters Project" by Prof. Ramakrishna
Ramaswamy held at NIAS on December 16,
Eklavya Foundation, an NGO in Madhya
Pradesh which develops and field tests
innovative educational programmes and
trains resource people to implement
these programmes, has published a review
of 'Lilavati's Daughters:
The Women Scientists of India' and some
of its essays in Hindi language in two
of its publications 'Srote' and 'Sandarbh'
No. 10, January-February 2010
No. 9, November-December 2009
No. 8, September-October 2009
No. 7, July-August 2009
No. 6, March-June 2009
translated versions of the essays of
'Lilavati's Daughters: The Women
Scientists of India' that have appeared
in the Marathi magazine Loksatta have
been put up in our website. Have a look
Check the related
information appeared in Loksatta.
reviews on 'Lilavati's Daughters: The
Women Scientists of India'.
Scientific Women Power: How Much are
we Losing and Why?" - The
report of the study conducted by the WiS
Indian Academy of Sciences is
Satyavati M. Sirsat - An obituary.