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Be brave: Women [& girls] in science


Women [& Girls] in Science 2024: Research Luxembourg team players return with third season of “Women [& Girls] in Science” video series in collaboration with the Ministry for Gender Equality and Diversity (MEGA) in Luxembourg.

Driven by the shared goal of showcasing the diverse pathways of women in science within Luxembourg and inspiring young girls to follow their scientific passions, the institutions comprising Research Luxembourg have once again united for the third annual season of the video series “Women & Girls in Science”, in collaboration with MEGA, the Ministry for Gender Equality and Diversity.

Women & Girls in Science 2024

Launching on 11 February (International Day of Women & Girls in Science) with a teaser showing clips from all upcoming 6 videos, the 2024 season will run until 8 March 2024 (International Women’s Day), with 1 – 2 videos published each week on Youtube, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook and X, in addition to the FNR and Research Luxembourg website.

Women in science featured in the 2024 campaign

Anna Schritz (Luxembourg Institute of Health) | Aurélia Chenu (University of Luxembourg) | Denisa Sologon (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research) | Gabriela Retamales (LCSB, University of Luxembourg) | Helena Burg (Luxembourg National Research Fund) | Rutuja Bhusari (Luxembourg Institute of Science & Technology)

Season 2 – 2023

Women in science featured in the 2023 campaign (season 2)

Anne-Marie Hanff (Luxembourg Institute of Health) | Cindy Lopes Bento (Luxembourg National Research Fund) | Dimitra Anastasiou (Luxembourg Institute of Science & Technology) | Inma Peral (University of Luxembourg) | Sallam Abualhaija (SnT, University of Luxembourg) | Thuc Uyen Nguyen-Thi (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research)

Season 1 – 2022

Women in science featured in the 2022 campaign (season 1)

Denisa Nadin (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research) | Djamila Aouada (SnT, University of Luxembourg) | Emmanuella Osuebi-Iyke (Luxembourg Institute of Science & Technology) | Elisabeth John (Scienteens Lab, University of Luxembourg) | Lorie Castillo (IBBL/Luxembourg Institute of Health) | Michèle Weber (Luxembourg National Research Fund)

All videos are created by the FNR and Research Luxembourg, together with MOAST Creative Studio. The Women & Girls in Science campaign is a collaboration between Research Luxembourg and MEGA.