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Call for Nobel Prize transparency

   

More openness in nomination processes could lead to greater diversity, academic suggests

The Nobel Prize selection committees and assemblies have come under fire this year due to a large gender gap between male and female researchers in the prizes awarded so far.

In a magazine published by Sulf, the Swedish association of university teachers and researchers, an academic suggested that better transparency of the committees’ selections and decisions would improve gender equality.

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