Where Female Scientists Fall Behind | GenomeWeb

In a paper appearing in the current issue of Academic Medicine, a slew of science policy experts discuss "sex differences in application, success, and funding rates for NIH extramural programs," which they detected in 2010 when collating data for grants the agency had funded.

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