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15 Dec 2020
GenderInSITE has just released its latest publication: Gender and Innovation: Implications for Sustainable Development: A GenderInSITE Policy Brief, that can be downloaded here. The final outcome of The GenderInSITE Elsevier Foundation Thematic Workshop Gender and Innovation:...
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09 Dec 2020
Recently, START, in partnership with GenderInSITE, held two virtual reflection dialogues focused on supporting African women and their pathways to success in science leadership. ...
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25 Nov 2020
​Women in Science webinar - 30 November 2020  You can register here for the optional session  https://portiaweb.org.uk/assets/forms/gs18v2/  
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21 Oct 2020
GenderInSITE in collaboration with START will be hosting a webinar on African Women in Science Leadership on Thursday, 29 October 2020. Specifically, START and GenderInSITE are seeking to convene diverse perspectives and voices from across Africa to: Learn more from one another about what scientific leadership looks like for women working in African contexts and what unique...
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05 Oct 2020
Prof. Roseanne Diab, Emeritus Professor, University of KwaZulu-Natal and Director of GenderInSITE, South Africa, will be a speaker at the STS Forum 2020 on 6 October in a session titled “Promoting Inclusive Growth in Science and Technology” .  Link: https://www.stsforum.org/kyoto2020/details/?sessionid=401
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15 Sep 2020
Former GenderInSITE Director, Prof Alice Abreu, attended the first meeting of the newly-established Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science. GenderInSITE is a founding member of this committee, which is an offshoot of the Gender Gap in Science project. 
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17 Jun 2020
Together with her research team, Carolina Carrillo has developed a rapid and low cost test for the detection of COVID-19. In an exclusive interview with Gloria Bonder, Carrillo speaks about her work on COVID-19, as well as her career, and her dedication to gender equality in science. Gloria Bonder is the Coordinator of GenderInSITE's Regional Focal Point for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC...
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14 May 2020
Created in 1998, the International Awards L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science honours - every year -  5 eminent women scientists from 5 regions of the world. This year, these exceptional researchers are rewarded for their important contributions to the fields of Physical sciences, Mathematics and Computer science. An award of €100,000 is given to each of the five laureates selected by a jury of...
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27 Feb 2020
The coordinator of the GenderInSITE Regional Focal Point for Latin America and the Caribbean, Gloria Bonder, was interviewed by UNESCO about girls’ and women’s engagement in STEM education and careers in Latin America in advance of the International Day for Girls and Women in Science. In the interview she noted that in Latin America, 45% of the region’s researchers are women, exceeding the global...