Gender Dimension in Physics

If you wonder how a gender dimension can be incorporated into R&D projects related to physics, please watch this interview with Prof. Dr. Ana Proykova who is a professor at Department of Atomic Physics at Sofia University (Bulgaria) and Vice-chair of Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks, EC Watch.

Ana Proykova has a rich history of experiences with incorporating a gender dimension into natural sciences where gender issues have been ignored for a long time.  She exposes a wide range of projects in which a gender dimension has been beneficial including projects on  artificial light, toxicology, nanotechnology or transport.

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