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The epidemiology of blood component transfusion in Catalonia, Northeastern Spain
BACKGROUND: Epidemiologic information on blood component usage can help improve the utilization of transfusion resources.
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Transforming Research Methodologies in EU Life Sciences and Biomedicine
This article describes how methodologies of EU-funded research within the life sciences and biomedicine have recently become more gender sensitive. This transformation is the result of the GenderExpand
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Gender in research : gender impact assessment of the specific programmes of the fifth framework programme : quality of life and management of living resources
Assessment of the integration of the gender dimension in work programme and projects by focusing on three aspects of gender and science, namely science by, for and about women. ContainsExpand
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Women and Science in the Netherlands: A Dutch Case?
  • M. Bosch
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 1 December 2002
A recent comparative study of women in science has revealed that the situation in the Netherlands is worse than in other European countries. This raises the question whether there is a “Dutch case”Expand
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Persona and the Performance of Identity Parallel Developments in the Biographical Historiography of Science and Gender, and the Related Uses of Self Narrative
In this article Bosch explores the parallel development in scientific and gender biography to shed light on the relation between the individual and the collective, the self and society. In theExpand
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Colonial Dimensions of Dutch Women's Suffrage: Aletta Jacobs's Travel Letters from Africa and Asia, 1911-1912
In this article, Mineke Bosch analyzes from a postcolonial perspective the travel letters Aletta Jacobs wrote during the "world suffrage tour" she made with Carrie Chapman Catt from 1911 to 1912.Expand
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Gender in research
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Europese Commissie, Science Policies in the European Union
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SCIENTIFIC PERSONAS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE – WAYS OF CREATING SCIENTIFIC, SCHOLARLY, AND ARTISTIC IDENTITIES
The concept of scientific persona was developed by historians of science at the Max Planck Institute in Berlin fifteen years ago in order to understand how science works and how it can be conductedExpand
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