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[Men are more likely than women to receive research funding from FAS. One explanation is that male applicants are more senior than female applicants].

  • Authors : Norström T; Institutet för social forskning (SOFI), Stockholms universitet.

Subjects: Research Support as Topic*/Research Support as Topic*/Research Support as Topic*/statistics & numerical data; Female ; Humans

  • Source: Lakartidningen [Lakartidningen] 2012 Oct 24-Nov 6; Vol. 109 (43-44), pp. 1962-3.Publisher: Sveriges Lakarforbund Country of Publication: Sweden NLM ID: 0027707 Publication Model: Print Cited Medium: Print ISSN: 0023-7205

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För Sverige i framtiden -- Bio-objektifiering av ny medicinsk teknologi.

Subjects: *Medical technology; Pluripotent stem cells; XenograftsSweden

  • Source: Sociologisk Forskning - Journal of the Swedish Sociological Association. 2013, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p31-49. 19p.

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Den internationella historiens uppgång och fall.

  • Source: Historisk Tidskrift; 2006, Issue 2, p257-278, 22p, 2 Graphs

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