- Correction 27 May 2022
Mathematics prizes have a gender problem — can it be fixed?
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Nature 606, 240-241 (2022)
Updates & Corrections
Correction 27 May 2022: An earlier version of this story stated that the International Mathematical Union has instituted a prize named after a woman, Olga Ladyzhenskaya. A committee of the International Congress of Mathematicians has instituted it.
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