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logo-stemnetworkDr Elizabeth Pollitzer, presented "Integrating gender dynamics into innovation ecosystems", "The role of gender-based innovations for the UN sustainable development goals" and "GenPORT connecting research policy and action" at the 3rd Gender & STEM Network Conference, 21—23 July 2016, Newcastle University Business School. The conference attracted 400 participants, including researcher development practitioners, trainers, career specialists, heads of graduate schools, pro-vice chancellors, funders, research managers and other professionals from the UK. "Dr Elizabeth Pollitzer, Director of Portia introduced our audience to a head-spinning number of examples in which research and researchers are affected by gender inequality – reinforcing the need for gender equality to remain on the agenda." Read the full roundup of the event here.

25 July 2016