Diversity matters

Hunter, Jackie
April 2014
Biologist;Apr/May2014, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
The author discusses the significance of diversity in the science community in terms of thoughts, human resources and skills. She believes on the value of people in the management of science community through diversity. She considers diversity as a growth engine alongside the globalisation of research and technology.


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