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Do I have to act like a man to succeed in science?

Posted on 28/04/2021 in Success Stories

On the occasion of the Gender and Science Meet 2021, the Alba Network and the Heidelberg Pain Consortium partnered to organise an online mentoring workshop.

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Harassment in STEM - #MeTooSTEM

Posted on 15/04/2021 in Data

Despite the #MeToo movement, sexual misconduct and harassment are still widespread issues in academia, and talking about them remains taboo. On the occasion of Sexual Assault Awareness Month #SAAM, ALBA gathered relevant resources on the subject.

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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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