TWAS and the Elsevier Foundation announce winning teams for new gender equity and climate action project grants for the global South.
Irene Offei Owusu has often grappled with the hard choice between family and career — occasionally being forced to sacrifice one for the other. “One challenge I have encountered is work-family balance,” says the epidemiology postdoctoral research fellow at the […]
Support from the Elsevier Foundation makes possible two new recipients of the Rising Black Scientist Award in the physical, earth, environmental, or data sciences.
Analysis shows that women publish fewer papers, and leave research sooner than men – who do nearly 80% of climate change research. Criteria for researcher selection must change.
Dora Tchiasso was filled with pride and self-doubt. Graduating with a Master of Public Health from the Catholic University of Central Africa in Cameroon felt like a special achievement. Her research was original and independent, and Tchiasso’s supervisor suggested she […]
The Elsevier Foundation champions inclusive health and research — working with partners to incubate new approaches, highlight inequities and catalyze change toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals. View the story Menu Inclusive Health Inclusive Research Research4Life The Elsevier Foundation & […]
New portfolio supports inclusive research partnerships for women scientists and researchers from underrepresented minority groups.
Elsevier’s Inclusion & Diversity Advisory Board report focuses on four areas for progress.
Raharman Tamang, 20, was using a circular saw to cut a steel rod at a metal shop in Bhaktapur, Nepal, when the rod snapped and impaled his brain partially paralyzing him. Frantic relatives rushed him to a nearby hospital where they were […]
As we experience dramatic changes to our ecosystems worldwide, six women from developing countries are being recognized for innovative research that addresses climate change and the environment. They are the recipients of the OWSD-Elsevier Foundation Award for Early Career Women Scientists […]