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    This issue starts with an editorial by Jiménez-Rodrigo and colleagues calling for greater gender parity in science. There is an increasing number of women dedicated to research, and gender parity has become an important issue not only for feminists but also for scientists and scientific institutions concerned with disparities in their own working environment. (page 474)

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