Fourth Estate launches ‘Inferior’ by Angela Saini, out 1st June 2017

Angela Saini with Samira Ahmed

Angela Saini, author of 'Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong – and the New Research That’s Rewriting the Story', with broadcaster Samira Ahmed,

Fourth Estate launched Angela Saini’s latest book ‘Inferior: How science got women wrong and the new research that’s rewriting the story’ on Tuesday 13th June 2017. Hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering in Central London, the book was introduced by Dr Hayaatun Sillem, Deputy CEO & Director of Strategy at the academy with Samira Ahmed sharing her own review of ‘Inferior’ with guests.

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Inferior by Angela SainiInferior: How Science Got Women Wrong – and the New Research That’s Rewriting the Story
by Angela Saini (Author)
Publisher: Fourth Estate (1st June 2017)
Paperback: 288 pages
Language: English
ASIN: B01MQSGW1N (Kindle Ed.)
ISBN-10: 0807071706 (Hardcover)
ISBN-10: 0008172021 (Paperback)
Guide Price: Kindle Ed – £8.99, Hardcover Ed – £13.18, Paperback – £9.09
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From intelligence to emotion, for centuries science has told us that men and women are fundamentally different. But this is not the whole story. Shedding light on controversial research and investigating the ferocious gender wars in biology, psychology and anthropology, Angela Saini takes readers on an eye-opening journey to uncover how women are being rediscovered. She explores what these revelations mean for us as individuals and as a society, revealing an alternative view of science in which women are included, rather than excluded.

About the author

Angela Saini is an award-winning British science journalist and broadcaster. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, Observer, New Scientist, Wired, New Humanist among others, and she regularly presents science programmes on BBC radio. She has won awards from the Association of British Science Writers and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. And she was named European Science Journalist of the Year.

She has a Masters degree in Engineering from Oxford University and was a fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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