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  1. Society's Problem with Parity

    This week we celebrate Marie Curie's 150th birthday. Since her time as a scientist, the situation for women in science has changed a lot. Nevertheless, only a minority of science professors today is female. AcademiaNet spoke with Professor Polly Arnold who is the producer of "A Chemical Imbalance" and a strong fighter for women in science.

  2. Rural development - a ticking time bomb?

    We speak with AcademiaNet member Professor Seema Arora-Jonsson, who researches how rural development and environmental governance are carried out in rural areas and what effects gender and ethnicity have on the development.

  3. Polly Arnold receives Queen's Birthday Honour

    The AcademiaNet scientist is rewarded an OBE for her services to chemistry and women in STEM.

  4. Uncovering the Secret of Blood Vessel Growth

    Helen Arthur's research examines how genetic faults in blood vessel growth cause human diseases and how these pathways can also be harnessed to treat people who have had a heart attack.

  5. Ion channels: "You name it - they do it!"

    Frances Ashcroft's research at the University of Oxford on how a rise in blood sugar levels causes insulin to be released from the pancreas has led to simpler treatment for people with neonatal diabetes.