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Women in evolution - Highlighting the changing face of evolutionary biology

WINGS very own former coordinator Maren Wellenreuther has, together with Sarah Otto, written a special issue article on female scientists in evolutionary biology,

In the abstract, Wellenreuther and Otto write

"The face of science has changed. Women now feature alongside men at the forefront of many fields, and this is particularly true in evolutionary biology. This Special Issue celebrates the outstanding achievements and contributions of women in evolutionary biology, by highlighting a sample of their research and accomplishments. In addition to original research contributions, this collection of articles contains personal reflections to provide perspective and advice on succeeding as a woman in science. By showcasing the diversity and research excellence of women and drawing on their experiences, we wish to enhance the visibility of female scientists and provide inspiration as well as role models. These are exciting times for evolutionary biology, and the field is richer and stronger for the diversity of voices contributing to the field." Wellenreuther and Otto, 2015

WINGS would like to congratulate Maren on an excellent article!

Find the article here.

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