Analysis finds gender bias in peer-reviewer picks

Both men and women ask too few women to review scientific papers

woman scientist reading an article

Scientists often pride themselves on avoiding bias. But when asked to pick scientific reviewers, scientists tend to suggest too few women, a new study shows.


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