Congrats! You’ve made a major breakthrough! However, credit is disproportionately given to a male colleague or advisor.
This phenomenon is complex and involves a variety of unconscious biases, but the general idea is that this describes situations where successful women will undermine her female colleagues.
Congratulations! Your achievements and contributions to science and humankind are being recognized.
Many successful women scientists have been supported by great organizations. For example, check out WWEST (Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology) – www.wwest.ca
Charles Darwin delays publishing the Origin of Species by 20 years in part because mentor Adam Sedgwick writes that evolution is an idea that “could have been written by a woman.”
Evidence has shown that mixed-gender teams produce research articles perceived to be of higher quality than single-gender teams.