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Clarification

In the article "As MacArthur Fellowship Turns 15, Recipients Reflect On Its Impact" (T.W. Durso, The Scientist, Sept. 2, 1996, page 3), Joel E. Cohen was identified incorrectly. He is a professor in the department of international and public affairs at Columbia University. A book review by Vera Kistiakowsky was cited at the wrong point in the commentary by Virginia Trimble ("Affirmative Action And Women In Science: Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc?", The Scientist, Sept. 2, 1996, page 11). Kistiakow

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In the article "As MacArthur Fellowship Turns 15, Recipients Reflect On Its Impact" (T.W. Durso, The Scientist, Sept. 2, 1996, page 3), Joel E. Cohen was identified incorrectly. He is a professor in the department of international and public affairs at Columbia University.


A book review by Vera Kistiakowsky was cited at the wrong point in the commentary by Virginia Trimble ("Affirmative Action And Women In Science: Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc?", The Scientist, Sept. 2, 1996, page 11). Kistiakowsky's review suggested that encouraging women and minorities to go into the sciences at present may not be doing them a favor (Physics Today, 49[5]:66-8, 1996).


The article "Citation Records Show U.S.'s Top Schools in Clinical Medicine Research" (The Scientist, October 30, 1995, page 14), reprinted from the Institute for Scientific Information newsletter Science Watch, omitted the Baylor College...

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