Leading physicists from Imperial College London, the Universities of Warwick, Cambridge, Glasgow, Royal Holloway University of London and the University of York are encouraging their colleagues in physics departments across the country to do more to reduce the gender disparity in physics.
The six departments -- all of whom have been awarded Institute of Physics' Juno Champion status for efforts to overcome barriers to women in the subject -- explain how their involvement in Project Juno has led to better working environments for all staff, regardless of gender.
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