Science and technology are society's main engines of prosperity. Who gets to drive them?
Global figures on diversity in the science and engineering workforce are hard to come by, but what we know is not flattering
Gender and culture influence research on a fundamental level
Networked technology and social media are enabling outsiders to gather and crunch data
How a researcher’s background can determine her mission
To change the equation, start changing the perception
The growing connectedness of the world and the rising contribution of scientists and engineers from all continents have broadened the possibilities for human creativity
The pursuit of knowledge is now a global enterprise. Scientific American and Nature have teamed up on this special report on how this trend is changing the way science is done, and how it informs the world...
Being around people who are different from us makes us more creative, more diligent and harder-working
In a diverse team, the best ideas are more likely to rise to the top
There is no formula for bringing diversity to the workplace or classroom, but new research that deepens our understanding of how diversity operates suggests some modestly successful strategies...
How women and men fare in doctoral studies around the world