Blogger: When it Comes to Discrimination, Don't Be Fooled by Anecdotes | GenomeWeb

DrdrA at the Blue Lab Coats blog says it's easy to be fooled by anecdotal evidence when it comes to gender discrimination in science — just because some haven't personally experienced the cold hand of discrimination, doesn't mean that all women get a fair shake.

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