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Fewer, and Smaller

Women working in the biomedical sciences generally submit fewer grant applications and, when funded, receive smaller grants than their male counterparts, researchers from the University of Leicester write at Nature. At the same time, women in the social sciences are funded at rates and amounts that closely resemble their male peers. This, they note, may hold lessons on how to achieve greater equality.

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