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Women in STEM History

Posted on 4/03/2021 in Success Stories

History consistently erased the contribution of women to important scientific discoveries. ALBA collected resources on women in history, highlighting projects promoting the scientific work of women.

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ALBA Declaration launch recording

Launch of the ALBA Declaration for Equity and Inclusion

Posted on 25/01/2021 in Best Practices

The recording of the ALBA Declaration for Equity and Inclusion launch on the occasion of the SfN Global Connectome 2021

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Scientist with Disabilities

Posted on 2/12/2020 in Best Practices

Scientists with disabilities are often rendered invisible by the system; to the point which when ones thinks about diversity in science, disability isn’t what first comes to mind. While the condition of people with disabilities is improving, discrimination and lack of accessibility to faculty buildings and scientific equipment still hampers their academic career. The ALBA Network gathered relevant resources on this issue.

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