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The Gender Balance of the Australian Space Research Community: A Snapshot From The 15th ASRC, 2015

@article{Horner2016TheGB,
  title={The Gender Balance of the Australian Space Research Community: A Snapshot From The 15th ASRC, 2015},
  author={Jonathan Horner and A. Gorman and A. Cairns and Wayne Short},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2016}
}
In recent years, the striking gender imbalance in the physical sciences has been a topic for much debate. National bodies and professional societies in the astronomical and space sciences are now taking active steps to understand and address this imbalance. In order to begin this process in the Australian Space Research community, we must first understand the current state of play. In this work, we therefore present a short ‘snapshot’ of the current gender balance in our community, as observed… Expand

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