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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The president of Harvard University prompted criticism for suggesting that innate differences between the sexes could help explain why fewer women succeed in science and math careers.
Lawrence H. Summers, speaking Friday at an economic conference, also questioned how great a role discrimination plays in keeping female scientists and engineers from advancing at elite universities.
Originally posted by websurfer
Out of a 500 people at Ryerson University (Ontario, Canada), there are only ten women in aerospace engineering, the rest males.
As for men being smarter, its been proven that in the long run men make the better choices. Women worry about too many things. Then again there are a lot of female secretaries out there that act like wannabe doctors.
[edit on 18-1-2005 by websurfer]