Notes in the Margins: European plagiarism, unpaid interns and a science slur

Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science? As so many studies have demonstrated, success in math and the hard sciences, far from being a matter of gender, is almost entirely dependent on culture. (The New York Times)

UK leads Europe in the fight against plagiarism Some continental efforts to ensure integrity are ‘primitive’, study finds (Times Higher Education)

5 Knight cities experience big growth in young talent  One of the biggest stories about the way we live in the past decade has been the migration of college-educated young adults to the heart of U.S. cities. (Knight Foundation)

Biology-Online Editor Allegedly Calls Blogger Biologist Danielle Lee An ‘Urban Whore’ After turning down an offer to contribute for free to a science website, biologist Danielle Lee was allegedly called an “urban whore” by one of the site’s editors. (The Huffington Post)

Lawsuit shows unpaid means unprotected, but it’s all wrong It has shed some needed light on what was once a little-known speck on the vast landscape of unpaid internships. (USA Today)