Sunday, May 11, 2008

New Nature Network Blog Post On Science Demographics

I put up another post on my Nature Network blog, this one involves a question about the demographics of University science versus non-University science based on changing career paths for young scientists (who are much more likely to be female and non-caucasian than previous cohorts).

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http://www.eredux.com/states/

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