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The chemistry PhD: the impact on women's retention

Publication type
Royal Society for Chemistry; UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology;. (2008) The chemistry PhD: the impact on women's retention . Unassigned, 1 (). pp. 0-0. 38 pages.

Abstract

This report asks why women, more than men, become less positive about research careers during the course of their PhDs. Found women were less satisfied with supervision and the culture of their research group and academia.
Publication type:
Report
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Research > Researcher development and career paths
Generic Themes > Gender
Subject classification:
Physical Sciences
Authors:
Royal Society for Chemistry; UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology;
Publication title:
Unassigned
Official URL:
Reference number:
RES91
Summary deposited on:
15 Oct 2009
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