Caroline Criado Perez's gender data gap 'exposé' takes £25k Royal Society Science Book Prize

Caroline Criado Perez's gender data gap 'exposé' takes £25k Royal Society Science Book Prize

Feminist campaigner Caroline Criado Perez’s "exposé" on the gender data gap, Invisible Women (Chatto & Windus), has scooped the £25,000 Royal Society Science Book Prize.

The fifth female winner in a row, Criado Perez’s book was praised by judges as being “important and vital” and a “brilliant exposé of how the world is designed around the default male”. The writer and broadcaster was named the 32nd winner of the award on Monday (23rd September) at a ceremony in central London.

In Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, Criado Perez has collected range of case stud...

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