Brasilia DF – The third edition of the Women in Science and Innovation Program, which targets researchers from Brazil in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, is open until the 22nd of this month in Location From the Museum of Tomorrow.
The program is free as a result of a partnership between the Museum of Tomorrow and the British Council.
The goal is to strengthen women’s leadership role in science and technology-based innovation. The training consists of seven meetings Online, focusing on topics related to innovation, entrepreneurship, gender and science.
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The project will be implemented between September and October. Women who attend at least a university course, have a proposal for an innovative product or idea with a scientific or technological basis, and wish to undertake a task, can participate. Priority will be given to innovations targeting, in particular, women.
The course offers 200 places, with a reservation for Black, Indigenous, Quilombola and LGBTQIAP+ scholars.
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