Those of you with no ties to the Boston area probably missed former Harvard President (now Obama Economic adviser) Larry Summers’ epic, sexist case of foot-in-mouth a few years ago. Women don’t succeed in math and science careers, he said in 2005, because they are naturally worse at math and science. Nothing to do with culture or work environments. Absolutely not, he said. For all of us who wanted to sock it to ‘em after that speech, here’s some more vindication, via Jezebel: culture and societal issues are at the heart of math inequities, not gender or biology.