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The suggestion that women are not advancing in science because of innate inability is being taken seriously by some high-profile academics.
Apparently fraudulent data in dozens of peer-reviewed papers spark fresh worries about “paper mills” used by researchers under pressure to publish https://t.co/Acr3n5gfRn via @WSJ
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Hastings Center fellow @ArthurCaplan talks safe vaccines, addressing needs, and protecting lives on @CNN https://t.co/huBaG0waEu