Women Overlooked in the 2011 Nobel Prizes in Science

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Women Overlooked in the 2011 Nobel Prizes in Science

October 12, 2011, New Rochelle, NY—The 2011 Nobel Prize announcements are now complete and the Rosalind Franklin Society is dismayed that all of the awards in science were again given only to men. The Society urges the Nobel Prize committee to more carefully asses the important work of female scientists worldwide in their annual prize selection.

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Rosalind Franklin Society Announces "Not Next Time!" Campaign to Ensure that Women Scientists are not Considered as an Afterthought for Awards

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Rosalind Franklin Society Announces "Not Next Time!" Campaign to Ensure that Women Scientists are not Considered as an Afterthought for Awards

October 1, 2009, New Rochelle, NY—The Rosalind Franklin Society (RFS) has announced a new campaign, "Not Next Time!" to ensure that women are included in any awards consideration right from the beginning. When the Geoffrey Beene Gives Back Foundation unveiled its first "Rock Stars of Science," all 13 honorees were men.

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Rosalind Franklin Society Inaugural Meeting to Focus on Women in Science

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Rosalind Franklin Society Inaugural Meeting to Focus on Women in Science

New Rochelle, NY, February 28, 2007 - The newly founded Rosalind Franklin Society, which will serve to recognize, encourage, and support women in science, will host its inaugural meeting at Rockefeller University on April 6, 2007 in New York City. The illustrious Founding Board of notable researchers, educators, and leaders in biomedical science will come together on this day to define its goals and prioritize initiatives to meet these goals. An article in GEN (Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News) that describes the Society and provides a complete list of Founding Board Members, including several Nobel Laureates, can be viewed here, and the list of Founding Board members also appears below.

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