Results of Gender Bias Study

Julia Frugoli JFRUGOLI at bio.tamu.edu
Sat Dec 13 01:38:00 EST 1997


>From:          "John.MacFarlane."<jmacfarl at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>
wrote:
>
>Science's Next Wave this week publishes the results of the UK's office of
>science and technology's study into gender bias in the awarding of
>research grants.
>
>The study found that men and women had "braodly comparable" success rates
>but that far fewer men than women were applying for grants.
>
snip

I think you meant to say far fewer woem than  men  were  applying for the grants-at least 
that's what it said on the web page.  Though the transposition got me to  go straight to 
the article :)

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