Women in TV or film are a lot like their counterparts in Silicon Valley: No one wants to take a chance on them.
Working in Mostly Male Fields
Women at work in male-dominated fields
Shaherose Charania, the entrepreneurial force behind Women 2.0 and Founder Labs, was hooked on the Internet ever since she first logged on in high school.
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Who knew bacteriophage viruses were so pretty? Our Gift Guide judges were impressed by The Vexed Muddler’s creations.
College prep site Best Degree Programs shines a spotlight on women business owners in tech, science and engineering in this infographic.
Our Gift Guide judges loved the warmth and memories that come from these artistic, well-made Bunsen burner candles by Interference Design.
Kids of all ages will enjoy Nerdy Baby building blocks, which teach everyone (including our Gift Guide judges) about angles, zeolites and more.
Inventive entrepreneur Sherri French found an eco-friendly way to send kids to school with healthy snacks.
These delicious confections that do wonders for your smile had our Gift Guide judges grinning from ear to ear.
The cast of CBS’ hit show “The Big Bang Theory” couldn’t resist these – and neither could our Gift Guide judges.
This snack in its eco-friendly bag comes in a variety of artisanal flavors – and our Gift Guide judges loved every one.
Our Gift Guide judges think these minimalist prints from Brainstorm would look great anywhere.
This silky, luxurious accessory from Artologica gave our Gift Guide judges a new and beautiful way to view science.
The posts from our examination of how gender affects opportunities – and funding – for women behind the scenes in film and television.
A New York lawyer popular with entrepreneurs becomes one herself.