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Mariette DiChristina at World Economic forum

Since 1845, Scientific American has covered the innovations that sit at the nexus of science, business and policy. In its early years, as the Industrial Revolution swept across the U.S., our pages were rife with the focus and expectation that human’s inventiveness would ease humankind’s labors and improve the world. Today, with a global population [...]

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Ada Lovelace and Gender Diversity in Science

Ada Lovelace, widely regarded as the first computer programmer, would probably have appreciated the current thinking on diversity in the workplace. Studies suggest that  for tasks that involve creativity and innovation, on top of our game when we’re working with people who challenge us to leave our comfort zones (a theme we explored in a [...]

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Ada Lovelace and Gender Diversity in Science

Ada Lovelace, widely regarded as the first computer programmer, would probably have appreciated the current thinking on diversity in the workplace. Studies suggest that for tasks that involve creativity and innovation, on top of our game when we’re working with people who challenge us to leave our comfort zones (a theme we explored in a [...]

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