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Women have historically been severely underrepresented in scientific fields. According to UIS data, less than 30% of the world’s researchers are not men. But the tide is slowly shifting, with an increasing emphasis on greater gender diversity in science by almost every major institution in the world.

A high percentage of women on scientific teams helps foster productive teamwork and interaction, according to almost every major study.

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