The year the Nobel prize forgot to ignore women

Norwegian professor May-Britt Moser is literally a game changer. Today she will receive the Nobel Prize in Medicine, and the game she is changing is about women in science.
Even in seemingly more enlightened countries, such as Norway, prize committees struggle to see the work of women. The Abel Prize in Mathematics is awarded by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and now has 14 laureates, none of whom are women.

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