Today is International Women’s Day, and so Science Weekly teams up with the Guardian’s tech podcast, Chips with Everything. Nicola Davis and Jordan Erica Webber look at the repercussions of a male-orientated world – from drugs that don’t work for women to VR headsets that give them motion sickness
Today is International Women’s Day, so Science Weekly is teaming up with the Guardian’s tech podcast, Chips with Everything. Together, they examine the gender data gap and the dangerous repercussions of a world built for men.
Jordan Erica Webber speaks to Caroline Criado-Perez, the author of Invisible Women, about how women are underrepresented in the tech industry and what the consequences are for consumers, from VR headsets that make women experience motion sickness to health apps that do not have period trackers.