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Zoological Society of London's Seirian Sumner and Nathalie Pettorelli have had "enough of costly advisory committees," they say. And so, synthesizing advice from 16 female scientists in the UK and that gleaned from their own experiences, Sumner and Pettorelli share ideas for retaining women in science at Nature's Soapbox Science guest blog this week.

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