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  • Q&amp;A: Study Quantifies LGBQ Representation in STEM Degrees, Jobs
    Q&A: Study Quantifies LGBQ Representation in STEM Degrees, Jobs
    One of the first analyses of its kind finds a smaller proportion of men in same-sex couples earn STEM degrees than do men in heterosexual couples. It’s a different story for women.
    Q&A: Study Quantifies LGBQ Representation in STEM Degrees, Jobs
    Q&A: Study Quantifies LGBQ Representation in STEM Degrees, Jobs

    One of the first analyses of its kind finds a smaller proportion of men in same-sex couples earn STEM degrees than do men in heterosexual couples. It’s a different story for women.

    One of the first analyses of its kind finds a smaller proportion of men in same-sex couples earn STEM degrees than do men in heterosexual couples. It’s a different story for women.

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    Black in X Addresses Long-Standing Inequity in STEM
    Black in X Addresses Long-Standing Inequity in STEM
    Lisa Winter | Nov 16, 2020
    In a year of racial tumult, Black scientists are uniting for visibility and action. 
    Scientists, Publishers Debate Paychecks for Peer Reviewers
    Scientists, Publishers Debate Paychecks for Peer Reviewers
    Shawna Williams | Nov 1, 2020
    While some academics have called for compensation for assessing other scientists’ work, publishers haven’t warmed to the idea.
    Contributors
    Contributors
    The Scientist Staff | Nov 1, 2020
    Meet some of the people featured in the November 2020 issue of The Scientist.
    Mexican Senate Votes to Cut Research Funding, Disaster Relief
    Mexican Senate Votes to Cut Research Funding, Disaster Relief
    Lisa Winter | Oct 22, 2020
    Government leaders claim the reductions are necessary to free up assets to deal with COVID-19 and address corruption in research.
    Special report
    Amid Pandemic, Scientists Lean on Credentials in Political Races
    Amid Pandemic, Scientists Lean on Credentials in Political Races
    Katarina Zimmer | Oct 9, 2020
    Numerous candidates with STEM backgrounds are running for federal seats, and record numbers are competing in local races across the country.
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    Candidates from STEM and Medical Fields in the National Elections
    Candidates from STEM and Medical Fields in the National Elections
    Katarina Zimmer | Oct 9, 2020
    See who’s on the ballot for House and Senate seats this year.
    CRISPR&rsquo;s Adaptation to Genome Editing Earns Chemistry Nobel
    CRISPR’s Adaptation to Genome Editing Earns Chemistry Nobel
    Amanda Heidt | Oct 7, 2020
    Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna reprogrammed the bacterial immune response into one of the most popular tools for genetics and molecular biology.
    Researchers Who Discovered Hepatitis C Earn Nobel Prize
    Researchers Who Discovered Hepatitis C Earn Nobel Prize
    Max Kozlov | Oct 5, 2020
    Harvey Alter, Michael Houghton, and Charles Rice share the Physiology or Medicine award for their contributions to identifying the virus and demonstrating that it was responsible for hepatitis among blood transfusion recipients.
    The Pandemic Continues to Put a Damper on Faculty Hiring
    The Pandemic Continues to Put a Damper on Faculty Hiring
    Abby Olena | Oct 5, 2020
    As the hiring season gets underway, academic listings are still way down from last year, but there are signs of the job market picking back up.
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