Amonet

V International Symposium – AMONET

  The 5 ISA - V INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF AMONET, the Portuguese association of Women in Science , on “Gender Dimension in Science and Society” will take place in Lisbon on December 14-15 2017. The programme  covers many aspects of gender dimension, from medicine to society. The registration  is free until November 30th.   More information: www.amonet.pt
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Tribute to Professors Ana Lobo | Sundaresan Prabhakar

    The Portuguese Faculty of Science and Technology attributed the name of Prof. Ana Lobo and her husband, Prof. Sundaresan Prabhakar, to two laboratories respectively in the Department where they worked all their lives for their oustanding contribution to chemistry in Portugal and abroad. Prof. Ana Lobo is a former EPWS Board of Admistration Member and a Co-founder of AMONET...
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Mapping the Portuguese Women in Science

  The Portuguese Women in Science Map is a project from the Portuguese Association of Women in Science (AMONET). The interactive map contains information about portuguese women that made a significant contribution to the advance of a specific field of research and/or science in general. The digital map in divided in 11 main scientific areas: Architecture, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, G...
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Interview of the month: Amonet (5/2015)

Every month, EPWS presents the characteristics and activities of one Member Association. Read all the previous Interviews with our Members here   Our member for May is the Portuguese Association Amonet. For Amonet, Maria João Bebbianno, President, has accepted to answer the EPWS questionnaire. Association website: amonet.pt Contact this association: AMONET - PORTUGUESE ASSOC...
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II International AMONET Meeting

AMONET – Portuguese Association of Women in Science – held its II International Meeting hosted by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon on 12th and 13th October 2009 and attracted over 50 participants from various European countries as well as Brazil. The meeting provided comprehensive coverage to participants about the patterns of access by women to top management positions in higher educ...
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