February 11 marks the International Day of Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). According to the most recent UNESCO Science Report, "women account for only 28 percent of researchers across the world, with the gap deepening at the higher echelons of decision-making. Women have less access to funding, to networks, to senior positions, which puts them at a further disadvantage in high-impact science publishing". With this in mind, we all need to contribute
Some people dream of doing great things, while others are awake, doing them Unknown No human being on earth is alienated from feelings such as fear, anxiety and dissatisfaction. And no, it's not about being pessimistic, but about accepting the pieces of a reality that can be modified to achieve a life that is not content to remain exactly as it is. Over time, humans have sought techniques to allow them to expose their best, like Michelangelo carving the David out of a piece o
Para leer la versión en español, favor de ir al final del artículo. Her father was a bohemian businessman; her mother, a housewife. She is a journalist from the historical era of Hispanic television in Los Angeles; her city, a multicolor mosaic. Virginia Peñaloza Garcia began studying Communication Sciences at the School of Political and Social Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 1977, just after completing her high school years at the Prepa 5.