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John Hennessey, Susan Hockfield and Shirley Tilghman

Women and science: the real issue

By John Hennessey, Susan Hockfield and Shirley Tilghman
February 12, 2005

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HARVARD PRESIDENT Lawrence Summers's recent comments about possible causes of the under-representation of women in science and engineering have generated extensive debate and discussion -- much of which has had the untoward effect of shifting the focus of the debate to history rather than to the future (Full article: 728 words)

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