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Women Scientists

Postby Michael » Fri Sep 01, 2006 12:01 pm

Here is an article about Women in Science that I thought might generate some discussion.

NATURE|Vol 442|31 August 2006, by Paul Smaglik.
"These comments were addressed head on in a recent Commentary by Ben Barres
(Nature 442, 133–136; 2006) — an article that generated a lot of comment, some
of which underlined uncomfortable truths about the representation of women in

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