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Women in Research
Ulrike Boehm performs interviews with young female scientists attending the Nobel Laureate Meetings.
- What inspired you to pursue a career in Chemistry?
- Who are your role models?
- How did you get to where you are in your career path?¬†
- What is the coolest project you have worked on and why?
- What‚Äôs a time you felt immense pride in yourself / your work?
- What is a ‚Äúday in the life‚ÄĚ of you like?
- What are you seeking to accomplish in your career?
- What do you like to do when you‚Äôre not doing¬†research?
- What advice do you have for other¬†women¬†interested in science / in your discipline?
- In your opinion, what will be the next great breakthrough in in your discipline?
- What should be done to increase the number of female scientists and female professors in your discipline?
Isabel has been interviewed regarding her attendance to the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (Interdisciplinary)¬† by eldiario.es, Castilla La Macha Media and UAH.
Isabel is one of the ca. 600 young scientists who will attend the 70th Nobel Laureate Lindau meeting, an inspiring week with around¬† 70 Nobel Laureates to exchange experiences and estabilish contacts in science and beyond. The meeting will cover the areas of Chemitry, Physics and Physiology or Medicine.¬†
Due to the events of Coronavirus the event has been postponed to next year, with the posibility of an online event during this summer.