About Who's Afraid of Marie Curie?
In 2005, Larry Summers, former president of Harvard University,
sparked an outcry when he suggested that women might be underrepresente
Author Linley Erin Hall interviewed 94 women about what sparked their interest in science, what experiences they've had in their education and careers, and, in some cases, why they chose to leave their fields. Who's Afraid of Marie Curie? intertwines the stories of these women with discussions of research studies on various topics related to women's success in technical fields. Hall concludes that although much progress has occurred in recent decades, more can and should be done to make science a more welcoming career for both women and men.
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