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Women in Science: what women and men should know
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Anna Philpott, ap113.
It would be helpful (but not essential) to let Joanne Abayasekara (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you can come so we can make sure we have enough cake!
All are invited to a mini-symposium to explore special issues that women may face in pursuing a successful career in science and related endeavours.
The afternoon will comprise informal talks by a number of female scientists at different career stages, and includes both bench scientists and women whose careers have used science in different ways including science communication and science careers advice. After approximately an hour and half of presentation and discussion, we warmly welcome you to join us for tea, cakes and networking in the Postgraduate Lounge of the Clinical School. This event is suitable not only for female students and post-docs. but also for male scientists, who may be interested in these issues and how they may affect partners/families either now or in the future.
This talk is part of the Women in Science series.
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