Gendered Innovations in accountable data management research for sustainable development

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Prof Lee explains how Korea has advanced national policy for gender equality in science including ensuring that scientific evidence does not discriminate against women by relying on study populations made up entirely or almost of males, not analysing and communicating the results with attention to the differences created by sex/gender factors that influence quality of outcomes, producing often effects that are worse in women. Korea has embraced the idea of gendered innovations as a concept of exploiting opportunities for new research and innovation based on scientific understanding of sex/gender differences, which is being promoted and demonstrated by GISTeR.

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