PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Merle Missoweit

This is Merle Missoweit, a 34 years old biologist working in research planning, security and defense research. Hear her story… maybe she can inspire you 🙂

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Karin Tonderski

My name is Karin Tonderski and I work at the Linköping University as an environmental researcher. I deal with water and water contamination issues, I look for simple environmental solutions in this field. I have a fantastic job and I do what I’ve always wanted to do. My advice to girls who want to work…

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Louisa Pereira

I work in the field of human population genetics at the Molecular Pathology and Immunology Institute of the University of Porto. The favorite part of my work is to have contact with people from many countries and with an academic background very different from mine. Working in such a multinational environment and being the head…

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Estelle Mossou

I work at the Laue-Langevin Institute in Grenoble and I am a physicist. Although I am physicist, I work in a biological laboratory, so it is more biophysics. There is this aspect of putting on a lab coat and doing experiments – that is something very motivating. Science and research are a way of life.…

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Joanna Pawlat

Being a scientist is synonymous with a certain lifestyle, but it is possible to combine it all. You need common sense, some form of escape, a hobby, a family, and my work allows for that. 🙂

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Lisa Schowe

Hi, I’m Lisa and I am studying mathematics, physics and philosophy in Muenster. Why? Because I like it! Curious about it? Just press play, watch and enjoy! Expect Everything 🙂

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Janka Matrai

“Be persistent, remain interested in everything and never stop learning, wherever you are in your career” Meet Janka Matrai, a bio-engineer from Hungary. She works with the Commission’s Joint Research Centre and specialises in gene therapy.

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Marieke Huisman

People think informatics is just for nerds, when you do informatics you spend all day programming behind your computer. No way!!! Informatics is about how to design systems. We are dealing with practical aspects, such as navigation software for airplanes, mobile phones… Meet Marieke

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PROFILES OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Eline Meul

Meet Eline Meul a Bioengineering student from Belgium and see why Engineering may just be what the doctor ordered. 😉

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Profiles of women in science: Silke Bühler-Paschen

My name is Silke Bühler -Paschen and I am a professor at the Vienna University of Technology. My subject field is Solid State Physics and I teach students and we do research. It is the research that is most compelling to us. We examine materials with characteristics that do not exist in nature and which…

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Profiles of women in science: Daniela Wolf

Meet My name is Daniela Wolf, a 24 years old who is studying how to teach computer studies in Vienna. The most common cliché about IT students is that they spend half the night in front of their computers. Sorry to disappoint, but this is not at all true. Hear Daniela telling how it is!

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Profiles of women in science: Ilaria Capua

Dr Ilaria Capua is a veterinarian by training, and has devoted most of her professional life to virology. In 2000 she developed the “DIVA” vaccination system for avian influenza, the first to successfully eradicate an influenza epidemic..

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Profiles of women in science: Leyre Ortiz García

I would like to study industrial design, engineering and product development. I like electronics and I want to study engineering. I enjoy science, I like to create things and study how they work. In ten years I would like to have created something, sell it and then say: “Look, I was able to make this”.…

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Profiles of women in science: Yael Nazé

Meet Yael Nazé a 35 years old astronomer at the University of Liege. She studies stars that are much bigger and more massive than the sun. …. Indeed, space is the final frontier!!! Join Yael in this Voyager. 

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Profiles of Women in Science: Joanna Zmurko

I don’t think there is anything that isn’t interesting about it. Every day is full of potential surprises! For example, on Friday I didn’t know what the function of a certain gene was, but on Monday I did. Curious about it? Just press play, watch and enjoy!

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Profiles of Women in Science: Iris Slootheer

I am Iris Slootheer, I am 21 years old and a 4th year student of Applied Physics. Applied Physics implies that I examine how the world around me works and what I can do with that. I am currently developing a new form of printer, which no longer jams. In the past, I always wanted…

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Profiles of women in science vol1: Nadia Berloffa

Meet Nadia Berloffa, an engineering student from Italy. Nadia fell in love with science when her father bought her first computer.