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#1 Mrs. Earline Marshall

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 10:44 AM

In this Nature editorial, “Nature’s Sexism”, their internal survey found that some of the journal’s practices needed to be improved to increase women’s representation. The editorial also notes several insights as to what could be responsible for the gender imbalance. Conscious efforts are needed to improve these areas of female underrepresentation. – Dr. Yin Tintut, ASBMR Women in Bone and Mineral Research Committee Member

To View Full Article: Nature 491, 495 (22 November 2012), doi:10.1038/491495a: http://www.nature.co...-sexism-1.11850




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