The study was initiated by evaluating the data of both public and private schools from close to all 51 U.S. states between 1976 through 2016.
Researchers aimed to fully understand the association between the scientific impact of a paper and the depth of coverage in mass media.
For the study, an estimated 1,000 students were given surveys by their instructors to gather more information on how peers perceive one another.
Researchers found that students are prioritizing online information rather than traditional teaching materials, intermittently lacking the critical assessment of their sources.
In their study, Princeton researchers uncovered that just two days of intervention led to more women publishing papers and retaining their role in academia.
Gender inequality is taking a toll on reputable scientific journals, with women less likely than men to comment on published research, a new study shows. Researchers advocate for more women academics to