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Spotlight on Women in Research at #LINO18

Ulrike Böhm

Spotlight on Women in Research at #LINO18

In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LINO18 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes and give advice to other women in research.In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LINO18 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes and give advice to other women in research.

A Long Road to Becoming a Chemist

Ana Torres

A Long Road to Becoming a Chemist

Lindau Alumna Ana Torres on the steep path of her career that finally let her to working towards the development of new generation rechargeable batteriesLindau Alumna Ana Torres on the steep path of her career that finally let her to working towards the development of new generation rechargeable batteries

Women Have Unique Qualities That Make Them Great Scientists, Says Hannah Noa Barad

Ulrike Böhm

Women Have Unique Qualities That Make Them Great Scientists, Says Hannah Noa Barad

#LiNo17 young scientist Hannah from Israel on her passion for science and women in research#LiNo17 young scientist Hannah from Israel on her passion for science and women in research

“Always accept an opportunity,” Says Emma Danelius

Ulrike Böhm

“Always accept an opportunity,” Says Emma Danelius

The #LiNo17 young scientist and mother of two on how she fell in love with chemistryThe #LiNo17 young scientist and mother of two on how she fell in love with chemistry

Society Needs to Move On from Stereotypical Gender Roles

Ulrike Böhm

Society Needs to Move On from Stereotypical Gender Roles

The #LiNo17 young scietist had to choose between a career in science and a job with more money and stability, but the answer was always clear.The #LiNo17 young scietist had to choose between a career in science and a job with more money and stability, but the answer was always clear.

Spotlight on Women in Research at #LiNo17

Ulrike Böhm

Spotlight on Women in Research at #LiNo17

In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LiNo17 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes and give advice to other women in research. In this interview series, some of the talented female young scientists of #LiNo17 answer questions about their career path, their passion for science, their struggles and successes, and they give advice to other women in research.

“Learn from Your Failures,” Says Monika Patel

Ulrike Böhm

“Learn from Your Failures,” Says Monika Patel

#LiNo17 young scientist Monika from India on what motivated her to choose chemistry as a career and the qualities needed by female scientists#LiNo17 young scientist Monika from India on what motivated her to choose chemistry as a career and the qualities needed by female scientists

Andrea d’Aquino Didn’t Think She Would Ever Attend University

Ulrike Böhm

Andrea d’Aquino Didn’t Think She Would Ever Attend University

Now, the #LiNo17 participant is carrying out graduate research at Northwestern University, where she studies the interaction of metals with organic compounds. Now, the #LiNo17 participant is carrying out graduate research at Northwestern University, where she studies the interaction of metals with organic compounds.

Women in Research: Specific Funding Needed, Says Hira Khalid

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: Specific Funding Needed, Says Hira Khalid

The Assistant Professor from Pakistan and #LiNo17 young scientist stresses the need for more funding opportunities for women from developing countries.The Assistant Professor from Pakistan and #LiNo17 young scientist stresses the need for more funding opportunities for women from developing countries.

“We Need Diversity in Science.”

Ulrike Böhm

“We Need Diversity in Science.”

#LiNo17 participant Hlamulo from South Africa develops sensors to detect organic pollutants in wastewater.#LiNo17 participant Hlamulo from South Africa develops sensors to detect organic pollutants in wastewater.

Young Chemist Julietta Yedoyan Says We Need to Pay More Attention to Environmental Issues

Ulrike Böhm

Young Chemist Julietta Yedoyan Says We Need to Pay More Attention to Environmental Issues

The research of the #LiNo17 participant from Armenia is focused on the synthesis and characterisation of natural products.The research of the #LiNo17 participant from Armenia is focused on the synthesis and characterisation of natural products.

Women in Research: The Scarcity of Permanent Positions Is the Biggest Problem, Says Anna Eibel

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research: The Scarcity of Permanent Positions Is the Biggest Problem, Says Anna Eibel

The #LiNo17 young scientist studies photopolymers and especially enjoys the creative aspects of her research.The #LiNo17 young scientist studies photopolymers and especially enjoys the creative aspects of her research.