Nature has recently published two interesting articles about gender equality.
The first one is a review of the book “The Gendered Brain: The New Neuroscience That Shatters The Myth Of The Female Brain”, by Gina Rippon. It discusses the surprisingly poor nature of the evidence for large structural differences between male and female brains in humans.
The second article showcases six men in research who are supporting gender equality work in various ways. It gives some inspiration and practical advice on how to help change the culture in STEM to become more equitable for all.