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Publications, stats & infographics
TEATIME, a network looking to improve biomedical research through the use of automated behaviour monitoring in an animal’s home-cage, reflect upon the women representation of their COST Action and zoom in on the gender statistics of the grants they have awarded:
ADVANCE-TB shine a light on the historical women behind advancements in the fight against Tuberculosis (TB) in a series of illustrative cards:
OneHealthDrugs celebrate women In STEM and showcase some of the women researchers leading their network of experts combatting parasitic vector borne diseases:
News & interviews
To complement their video, OneHealthDrugs also interviewed some of the women scientists in their network to ask how and why they got interested in science, which other women scientists they admire, and explain their different and varied career paths. Discover more below: