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Hi networkers:

Here is a really interesting story from NPR.  The claim is that more diverse teams make for better quality science, where citations=quality.  I have not read the actual study(couldn't find a link in a quick search...). But a major pushback from all the audience so far saying networks=citations.

http://www.npr.org/2014/03/21/292225798/does-diversity-on-research-team-improve-quality-of-science?sc=17&f=3


Mark Lubell, Ph.D.
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