29 April, 2022
A research team at University of Texas, found that virtual conferences are more inclusive than in-person events. A study published in Nature Sustainability found that Women’s participation in virtual conferences increased as much as 253% compared with previous, in-person conferences. And when looking at academia, attendance by students and postdoctoral scholars increased as much as 344%.
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