Are women publishing less during the pandemic? Here’s what the data say

@article{Viglione2020AreWP,
  title={Are women publishing less during the pandemic? Here’s what the data say},
  author={Giuliana A. Viglione},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2020},
  volume={581},
  pages={365-366}
}
  • G. Viglione
  • Published 1 May 2020
  • Psychology, Economics
  • Nature
Early analyses suggest that female academics are posting fewer preprints and starting fewer research projects than their male peers. Early analyses suggest that female academics are posting fewer preprints and starting fewer research projects than their male peers. 

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