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Title Who's afraid of Marie Curie? : the challenges facing women in science and technology / Linley Erin Hall.
Publication Info. Emeryville, CA : Seal Press, c2007.

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 Storage Blue  Q 147 .H35 2007    CHECKED IN
Description 319 p. ; 21 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-315).
Contents A different education : girls in the science classroom -- Nature, nurture : what's behind scientific ability? -- Competing clocks : struggling for balance in science careers -- Swimming upstream : bias against women in science -- A degree of BS : women in undergraduate science -- Doctor, post doctor : before and after the PhD -- A lab of her own : women scientists in academia -- Beyond the ivory tower : women scientists in industry and government -- The frontiers of medicine : women doctors -- Hanging up her lab coat : women leaving science -- Get 'em young : encouraging girls in science -- Welcoming women : improving science for all -- Appendix 1: So she wants to be a scientist : what now? -- Appendix 2: So you're a scientist : what now?
Subject Science -- Vocational guidance.
Technology -- Vocational guidance.
Women in science.
Women in technology.
Women -- Employment.
ISBN 9781580052115
OCLC # 156811314
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