Connecting the world and the people with science

WOMEN IN SCIENCE WITHOUT BORDERS

Envisioning Tomorrow
Science for the SGDs and New Partnerships for Sustainable Future

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WHAT WE DO

Science for Sustainable Development

Women In Science Without Borders (WISWB) is a network of female and male scientists from over 70 countries world-wide. This initiative was founded to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a main focus on gender equality. Women In Science Without Borders has been empowering women in the scientific field, whether youth or seniors, and encouraging excellence and impact. It has worked to establish healthy relations between males and females in scientific communities, taking science as a common template and language for mutual understanding. WISWB was founded by Dr. Amal Amin.

Activities

WISWB are engaged in developing a wide variety of activities, with a multidisciplenary approach. Click down below to learn more of what we do.

Materials

Get access to articles written about us and our mission, as well as digital books available for downloading. We also have recorded webinars that we have uploaded online for everyone to view.

World Forum for women in science without borders 2024

14.00 - 15.30 CET

Health

Moderators:
Prof. Shymaa Enany
Dr. Kim Vaiphei

Speakers

Dr Kim Vaiphei

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research

Rare complications observed in young Ulcerative Colitis patients

Dr. Rituparna De

DHR NRI Scientist C Department of Health Research, GoI

Identification of prognostic markers and probiotic candidates by screening of the gut microbiome in an endemic population of diarrhea

Prof. Shymaa Enany

Professor of Microbiology at Suez Canal University

Antimicrobial resistance is a major concern in the dairy industry.

Dr. Y.M.Piumika. Yapa

Research Assistant at University of Sri Jayewardenepura

Synergism of multimetallic nanohybrids as promising antimicrobial agents with an expansive coverage of microbes

Dr. Mireille Sylviane Dongmo Nguepi

Lecturer at the University of Buea

Persea americana, Curcuma longa, and Allium sativum extracts exhibit cercaricidal, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant activities