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Lander, a geneticist and mathematician, ranks first on a new list of top biomedical researchers produced by the scientific literature search tool Semantic Scholar.
Emmanuel Candès, mathematician and statistician, Stanford, Calif.
Events such as the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad, an international competition founded in 2012, have been criticized by some women mathematicians for promoting negative stereotypes about women in the field.
Now, in a very much overdue honor for the trailblazer, NASA has just dedicated a new facility to honor the mathematician: the Katherine G. Johnson Computational Research Facility.
Now that Hopper is finally getting her due—as are the black American mathematicians of Hidden Figures—other schools may look for important hidden female figures whose names deserve to be chiseled into dorms or academic buildings.
Emmanuel Candes, 47, Mathematician John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Emmanuel Candes is a mathematician who specializes in the reconstruction of high definition signals from incomplete datasets.
The job of funnel mathematician did not exist at newspapers six years ago.
Scientists, mathematicians, CEOs, producers, directors, government officials— these things aren’t gendered.
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