The examples presented here are intended to give a flavor of the data and comparisons sought in the ongoing project, and underscore the need for broader-based data collection and examination. Even if relevant data turn out not to be generally available, the questions that arise are expected to propel the necessary efforts to generate those data, and thus shape policies and programs internationally that can advance women, and make their influence more visible, in the chemical sciences.
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