“It is apparent that the gender gap manifests at every stage of the publishing process — choice of journal, editorial decisions, referees’ decisions and even citations...This suggests something is systematically wrong.”
“Analysis finds female-led papers are more likely to be rejected, and less likely to be cited, than those with male corresponding authors.” #WomenInSTEM
Analysis of more than 700,000 manuscripts submitted to the Royal Society of Chemistry has found that women are less likely to get papers accepted for publication than their male colleagues.
Important implications for the importance of blinded review, even in an age when we are increasingly moving toward open science.
Analysis of more than 700,000 manuscripts submitted to the Royal Society of Chemistry has found that women are less likely to get papers accepted for publication than their male colleagues.
In today’s rendition of depressing #WomenInSTEM news: “Huge study documents gender gap in chemistry publishing” via ⁦
Another important read this time in Nature Huge study documents gender gap in chemistry publishing
Huge study documents gender gap in chemistry publishing
Huge study documents vast gender gap in chemistry publishing. ⚖ #Genderbias #SciencePublishing #Chemistry #GenderInequality #Manels #FemaleScientists
"Women are less likely to get papers accepted for publication in chemistry journals than their male colleagues are"
Gender gap in chemistry publishing