Who gets credit for science? Often, it’s not women

Enlarge / She may work hard, but she’s likely to get less credit for it.Qi Yang

In science, the ultimate measure of academic worth is the number of papers published where you’re credited as an author. There are subtleties that matter—where you are in the list of authors and whether others cite your publications. But it’s hard for those factors to overcome the weight of raw numbers. Other things, like grants and promotions, also matter a great deal. But success in those areas often depends on a large publication list.

That’s why a publication released on Wednesday by Nature is

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