- Globe and Mail newspaper: Gaps in Canada’s gender score show up on syllabus (in response to the World Economic Forum giving Canada a perfect score for women's educational attainment)
- The London School of Economics blog: Achieving a gender balance in contributors is not so hard: Tips for editors and journalists
- The European Commission: Qualified women still opting out of career in science (8 Nov. 2013)
- ‘The Finkbeiner Test’: Seven rules to avoid gratuitous gender profiles of female scientists
- The Guardian (UK): Women in science, you have nothing to fear but your own subconscious (25 Sept. 2012)
- Research reinforces the idea that the accumulation of small, inherent biases against women in science hinders their advancement
- The New York Times: Why are there still so few women in science? (3 Oct. 2013)
- The New Yorker: A ripple of voices against sexism (18 Oct. 2013)
Radio and Podcasts
- More than 75 TEDTalks showing women in science and technology: Browse these TEDTalks from 70+ physicists, biologists, science writers, psychologists, engineers, doctors, technologists, oceanographers, roboticists...
- Op-Ed: The Still Tolerated Gender Bias in science: Sarah Demers, a particle physicist and assistant professor at Yale, discusses why "good science demands that we stamp out subconscious bias"
- TED: Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg: Encouraging women to "sit at the table" and "find your powerful seat" (six tips). Her book, "Lean in", encourages women to pursue their ambitions, and changing the conversation from what we can’t do to what we can do.
- TEDxWomen (2012): "The Space Between" had an incredible line-up of speakers (annual event organized by the Paley Centre for Media)
- TEDWomen (2010): Cross-disciplinary, cross-generational program focused on how women think and work, communicate and collaborate, learn and lead -- what this means and why it matters to all of us.
- This Is What a Scientist Looks Like: Dedicated to challenging stereotypical perceptions of what a scientist is. Fun photos posted by scientists around the world.