Women in Science: Actual Numbers

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While debate continues over controversial remarks about the place and progress of women in the sciences, a new study offers hard data on the number of women in physics and astronomy. Guests: Dr. Rachel Ivie, sociologist; author of "Women in Physics and Astronomy, 2005" report released by the American Institute of Physics



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