WISWB Activities

All our activities are multidisciplinary collecting diverse knowledge/scientific based disciplines including STEM fields, social sciences, innovation, science diplomacy, science communication, leadership, etc. WISWB would help to create ideal model for future scientists by interaction between all stakeholders using science as the ideal global template/language.

WISWB activities includes:

WISWB Activites

Women In Science World Forum

The world Forum for Women in Science is regularly organized, but mostly on a annual basis. Pictured above is from Egypt in 2019. Please click on the image above to view previous conference books and outlines.

Regular Webinars

We regularly organize webinars such as Saturday Science Webinars and Catalyst 2030, gathering a group of experts to discuss and tackle current issues. Please click on the image above to view previous Webinars published online.

14.00 - 15.30 CET


Prof. Shymaa Enany
Dr. Kim Vaiphei


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