Save the Date for #GWB2023
“Breaking Barriers in Science” on February 14!

On February 14, 2023 we will be “Breaking Barriers in Science” by including groups from all areas of science as part of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development.

Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your professional network across disciplines and across the world.

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See Highlights From GWB2022

Wow, 2022 was a great year for the GWB! More than 30,000 people participated in 400 breakfast events across 75 countries. Check out the results of our organizers’ survey in order to see how the GWB is making a difference.

 

IUPAC Global Women's Breakfast (Basel)

@University of Basel

GWB-2023 " Breaking Barriers in Science" with "Navyuga Kanya Mahavidyalaya"

@Dr Neha Agrawal

IUPAC [email protected] 2023

@School of Chemical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Desayuno Global de Mujeres en la Ciencia

@Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua

Graduate Students Breakfast Meeting

@Zoom meeting
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"The GWB engenders equity in more ways than one can imagine. Participating in organizing the international event helps me think more critically in life and in the workplace as I learn to recognize implicit biases that are inherent to us."

Dr. Fun Man Fung
National University of Singapore, Singapore
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"GWB has fostered networking and collaboration amongst Women Chemists in Nigeria"

Dr. Cynthia Ibeto
University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu, Nigeria
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GWB has been a great event for exchange among women chemists who shared their experience in different countries. A truly inspiring occasion for empowering gender and cultural diversity in chemistry across borders.

Dr. Silvia Borsacchi
ICCOM-CNR, Pisa and NAO-CNR, Italy
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"The Global Women's Breakfast event has increased my visibility and reputation in promoting gender equity and diversity at the workplace."

Dr. Hooi-Ling Lee
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
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We know how important it is for career progression to have access to networks, role models, mentors and sponsors. The IUPAC Global Women’s Breakfast provides these opportunities, driving change towards gender equality in the chemical sciences, and the Royal Society of Chemistry is proud to continue its sponsorship of this important annual event.

Dr Helen Pain CSci CChem FRSC
Chief Executive, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, UK

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