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Female scientists receive on average about $40,000 less in federal funding

An unequal amount of funding might stymie female scientists as they seek to build careers and bolster research.

A new study, released in JAMA by researchers from Northwestern Medicine and the university's Kellogg School of Management, revealed women scientists received less federal funding

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