'Atmosphere-Related'

Both men and women in science are affected by issues related to work-life balance, a new survey says. "More than half of the survey's 4,225 respondents said work demands conflict with their personal lives at least two to three times a week," The Chronicle of Higher Education reports, citing data from the Association for Women in Science-commissioned analysis, underwritten by Elsevier.

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