Until 2007, American neuroscientist Vivienne Ming was a man, and as such, at an advantage. Since her transition, she has been analysing the financial disadvantages of being a woman in the US tech industry.
The Cambodian government has begun an initiative aimed at encouraging young women to study science and technology. The goal is for more women to become future leaders in the country's growing IT sector.
Around the world, media are under pressure to harness the power of new technologies to reach the public. Innovation Lab Day at the Global Media Forum helped scope out ways as it highlighted pitfalls and inequalities.
Women earn on average 21 percent less than men in Germany, making March 18 the country’s Equal Pay Day. It’s a symbolic representation of a very real discrepancy. Here’s what you need to know about the occasion.
A Greek family's bellmaking business has managed to survive and thrive despite the financial crisis.
EU and Japan in record free trade deal - Marseille prepares for new Silk Road
Sustained record-heat and a summer drought have kept the blazes going in central Sweden, prompting evacuations. Fires were registered in the country's northermost county in the Arctic Circle.
After prolonging the state of emergency seven times, Ankara finally ended the measure introduced after the 2016 coup attempt. However, the state now aims to keep many emergency powers in place with a new anti-terror law.
When Yorai Feinberg first opened his restaurant in Berlin, he felt welcome. But lately the Israeli has increasingly been the recipient of hate mail. A new study has found that hate in Germany has become more radical.
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