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Women in technology: no progress on inequality for 10 years - UK

Women in technology: no progress on inequality for 10 years - UK | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
The number of female CIOs has remained static at 14% for a decade but heres a list of initiatives trying to change that
The number of women in key roles in the technology industry has remained roughly unchanged for 10 years, a study has shown.
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..."The situation in the EU is also worse than developing nations and the US, where the proportion of women in leadership roles is higher. Gartner’s data showed women occupied 11.2% of technology leadership roles in Europe, the Middle East and Africa compared with 18.1% in North America, 13.4% in Latin America and 11.5% in Asia."..

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Scientists Complete the Most Detailed Map of the Brain Ever

Scientists Complete the Most Detailed Map of the Brain Ever | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Back in the Age of Discovery, rudimentary maps allowed European explorers to sail into the vast unknown. They began charting new worlds, and in turn, made newer maps that helped future generations better understand the lands and seas that cover our world.

Now, thanks to a new — if slightly different — type of map, we may be approaching a new age of discovery. One that takes us into the uncharted territories of the mysterious three-pound organ that underlies our thoughts, emotions, hopes and dreams: the human brain.

This week, researchers at Washington University published the “most intricate” map of the human cortex to date. As the outermost layer of the brain, the cortex is perhaps the most easily identifiable structure, with its surface carved by many hills and valleys into distinctive patterns.
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