The DST Task Force on Women in Science is maintaining a directory of Indian Women who have taken up studies in Science/Agriculture, Engineering and Medicine. The directory provides a resource pool of Women Scientists, Engineers and Doctors who have registered with them. The registrants are not necessarily Ph.D holders and are also those who are pursuing Ph.Ds.
The Tata Group on the occasion of Women's Day announced 'Second Career Internship Programme (SCIP)' for talented women professionals who have opted to take a career break after some initial years of work.
Women and Science is one of the core activities of the 'Science in Society' research area of European Commission. Gender equality is a study under Women and Science.
This is also one of the studies of Women and Science research activity of the European Commission.
Here is a list of search results on topics related to Women in Science in the Royal Society's website.
The website contains the details of the Second IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics held on May 2005 at Brazil.
These reports provided by the American Institute of Physics contain data and education and employment of women in the U.S. and data on working women physicists across the world.
General Electric's (GE's) John F Welch Technology Centre (JFWTC), Bengaluru has launched a programme called RESTART which focuses exclusively on hiring women scientists and engineers who have taken a career break and now want to get back to work. The programme offers various facilities and opportunities for women scientists and engineers to restart their career and work in their centre.
This conference was held under the Women in Physics programme of the American Physical Society (APS), at the APS Headquarters, College Park, Maryland on May 6 – 8, 2007. The workshop brought together chairs of 50 major research-oriented academic physics departments as well as 20 to 25 physics-related division directors of major national laboratories. The goal is to double the number of women in physics in the next 15 years by informing, educating and providing chairs of physics departments and physics-oriented national laboratories' division directors the tools necessary for gender equity.