The Gender Bias in Physics Forum is a space where women and people who are gender and sexual minorities can share experiences of gender and sexuality bias in physics, find resources, and report responses to bias.

Gender bias in physics means that many talented physicists end up leaving the field. To maintain the integrity and strength of the physics discipline, we need to ensure that all physicists feel welcome.

Women and people who are gender and sexual minorities are welcome to register to join the Forum. Once your registration is approved, you can submit your experiences to the database, engage in conversations, and explore resources to reduce bias.

The database and discussions on the Forum are for registered users only. Resources on reducing gender bias are publicly accessible.

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Women and people who are gender and sexual minorities are welcome to register to join the Forum. Submit your experiences to the database, engage in conversations, and explore resources to reduce bias.
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Women and Physics: ICWIP 2017

6th International Conference of Women in Physics
16-20 July 2017
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

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The Gender Bias in Physics forum was developed as part of the 6th International Conference on Women in Physics. The website was created by the US delegation with support from the AAPT, Bruce Mason, and Rylai Davis. Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation Grant #1661340.