7 March 2023
On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2023, EMBL archivist Maria Papanikolaou discusses the traces left by the women in science who have passed through EMBL, irrevocably changing the organisation in small and big ways.
8 March 2021
Members of EMBL’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee explain how EMBL is choosing to challenge through its LEAP mentoring programme.
3 March 2021
EMBL invites Simon Gallow, an advocate at UN Women UK, to give a talk marking International Women’s Day.
9 February 2021
Roshni Mooneeram discusses what Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) is to her, and what the meaning of allyship is.
16 October 2020
A three-day virtual conference, ‘Gender Roles and their Impact in Academia’, explored how biology, social structures, and unconscious bias shape gender roles, and discussed ways to achieve equal opportunities for men and women in academia.
23 June 2020
EMBL is striving to make its labs and offices a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. To achieve this goal, EMBL's Equality and Diversity Officers, Luisa Vieites Rodrigues and Zac O'Sullivan, are working closely with leadership and the EMBL community. In this interview, they share their…
18 June 2020
To explore the origins of gender imbalances in academia and possible ways of overcoming them, international experts will meet for the virtual EMBL | EMBO | HHMI conference ‘Gender Roles and their Impact in Academia’ from 13–15 Oct 2020. The conference’s outcomes will be integrated into a…
29 July 2019
Dr Cristian D. Magnus discusses LGBTQ+ issues and diversity in science
26 June 2017
IMPC explains how much the sex of animals is misdirecting research results
8 March 2016
Award acknowledges leadership in gender equality on the Wellcome Genome Campus
8 March 2016
EMBL PlayLab now available at 22 conferences hosted in Heidelberg
27 November 2015
Connecting entrepreneurs and world leaders in genomics to address opportunities and challenges.
8 March 2015
Wellcome Genome Campus gives first Best Practice Award for Supporting Women in Science.
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