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“Just” Joking? Sexist Talk in Science

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Celebrating 10 years of Athena SWAN Charter advancing women in science

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Weighing Up Anonymity and Openness in Publication Peer Review

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Pentimento: Revealing the Women Obscured in Science’s History

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7 Tips for Women at Science Conferences

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At Year’s End: Staff Editors’ Favorite PLOS ONE Articles of 2014

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The Science Opinion Games: New Conversations, Same Old Voices?

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An Interview with Pascale Cossart

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Voices, silence, strength and Judith Lumley: A women in science mentoring tale

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The Magnifying Glass Ceiling: The Plight of Women in Science

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