Science: Chemists in Denver

Hot, rainy days dulled the 84th meeting of the American Chemical Society in Denver last week. But the evenings were cool and refreshing. The chemists then renewed acquaintances, discussed the topics of their day, among which were:

Jobs & Incomes, Teaching seems to be the most profitable general field for women chemists. Women are also going in for research, routine commercial laboratories, hospitals, libraries, publications, civil service work. More than half of the 340 who answered Professor Helen L. Wikoff's (Ohio State) questionnaire about their occupations and incomes, were teaching. One full professor...

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