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Inferior - how science got women wrong and the new research that's rewriting the story

22nd Nov, 6-7pm, Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College
When Nov 22, 2017
from 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Where Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College
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Do boys really prefer playing with cars? Are men and women's brains

different? Angela Saini's new book "Inferior" is about the mistakes
and bias that have plagued scientific research on women for more than
a century, and the empowering new work that promises to transform the
way we think about women’s minds, bodies and place in the human
evolutionary story.

On 22nd November, Angela Saini, an award-winning British science
journalist and broadcaster, will discuss "Inferior" and the latest
research into gender stereotypes, in conversation with Dr Kirstie

This event is hosted by the Cambridge women in physics group, and open to all.

22nd Nov, 6-7pm, Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College

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