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Cathy Young

Women, science, and gender bias

By Cathy Young
October 20, 2007

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THE DEBATE over women's place in science, which proved to be the downfall of Harvard President Lawrence Summers after he suggested that male preeminence in the field could be due at least partly to biological traits and personal choices, remains a lightning rod for controversy. Earlier this month, the subject was tackled in two different symposiums - one at Harvard, ... (Full article: 787 words)

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