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US National Academies report outlines barriers and solutions for scientist carers

Taghreed Al-Turki and her son work together at a lab bench pipetting pink liquid from a beaker

Taghreed Al-Turki teaches her son Ibrahim how to use a pipette in a laboratory at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She says that mothers should feel fully included in the workplace. Credit: Ibrahim Al-Zahrani

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