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Recommended for Specific Needs

  • (rhk) WOMEN IN CELL BIOLOGY: Why Women Leave Science; Caroline M. Kane for the WICB Committee; can't find a definite date, I viewed around 10 Jul 2002, most recent citation from 1996 -- discussion about the barriers to women for careers in science and technology -- interesting to note that some of the same barriers affect men as well. (started reading -- should finish, get A to read)
  • (rhk) Technology and Women; Heather Stabile; 1999 -- discussion about the barriers to women for careers in science and technology -- interesting to note that some of the same barriers affect men as well. (started reading -- should finish, get A to read)

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  • () RandyKramer - 10 Jul 2002
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