Why are there still so few women in science?

A new study undertaken at Yale University in 2012 shows that male scientists are viewed more favorably when applying for a job and are likely to earn more than their female counterparts with the same qualifications. Eileen Pollack who earned her  bachelor of science degree from Yale in 1978 as one of the first women to do so, investigates why there are still so few women in science. Read the full article in the New York Times.