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If I can’t see you, you can’t see me, right?

The concept of double-blind review for research manuscripts and grant applications is intriguing. We want to publish and fund the best science, right? Wouldn’t double-blind review focus reviewers’ attention on the science? Maybe. But, how would it work? And, would … Continue reading

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Women Write

What fraction of scholarly papers are authored by women? How has this evolved over time? Does the answer depend on the research speciality? This analysis of the JSTOR archive of published papers shows the answer with an in-depth analysis and … Continue reading

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