GENDER AND SCIENCE: Studies Across Cultures
This volume should be of interest to researchers and policy makers who seek to explain why the gender gap in the sciences continures to exist and how it is manifest in specific national and cultural contexts. – Gender and Society, 2013
Whether primarily historical, biographical, demographic, sociological, or statistical in approach, each of these essays… help us assess the types of conditions that women in science face and help us envision future pathways that may enable girls and women around the world to reach their full potential in science and technology. -Isis, 2014.
Neelam Kumar is a former Scientist, NISTADS, and Professor (Retd.) AcSIR, CSIR. Her other noted work isWomen and Science in India,(Ed.), Oxford University Press, 2009.