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In a recent study, male scientists that were contacted by a male were more than 15 percent more likely to respond positively than males that were contacted by a female
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For centuries, researchers in fields as disparate as astrophysics and political science have faced the same hurdle before they could win acceptance for their theories—their peers must replicate and verify their results.
Storytelling, shadowing, and mentoring are only part of an effective knowledge retention and transfer program.