The academic community is at risk of losing a large percentage of researchers, unless institutions and funding agencies start implementing proactive solutions.
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There’s evidence that increasing diversity within science might directly enhance the scientific enterprise, but in order to do so, we need to acknowledge our implicit biases.
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We would like to see major organizations make their reviewer comments available to other funding organizations for grants that “just missed” getting funded.
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The idea of successive iterations across stages of development is not incongruent with the concept of mastery, and one might expect that further iterations drives greater competence.
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