It suggests that people tend to think more highly of men than women in professional settings, praise men for the same things they criticize women for, and are more likely to focus on a woman’s appearance or personality and on a man’s skills and intelligence.
Actually, the study didn't find people focus on a woman's appearance as much as expected.
What does this term, "unconscious biases", actually suggest? It suggests that if you are thinking that you are being fair to your female colleagues, female students or professors, you are probably not. If the biases were unconscious, how can we possibly assert that we do not have them? Most of those who wrote the 14 millions review must have felt they were giving fair reviews. Therefore, statistically speaking, if 14 millions intended "fair" reviews carried so much unconscious biases, we then have to act more aggressively better than just being fair to offset these unconscious biases.