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Explore and Discover

eTwinninng Project

The International Day of Women & Girls in Science

Collaborative presentation

Video

We are girls and we love Science!

Europeana Website

Viola School of Taranto

Worldwall Game

15 Women Inventions

Margarita del Val

3rd Primary School of Loutraki

Eleni Glykatzis

Väliojan School

Lady Fleming

Agnodice

Hypatia

Kozarovce School

Index

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

We are girls and we love Maths!

Official Website

UNESCO Website

CEIP Ntra. Sra. de Fátima

Margarita Salas

Sandra Muñoz Galván

Full and equal access and participation for women and girls in science

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Marie Curie

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On 22 December 2015, the General Assembly decided to establish an annual International Day to recognize the critical role women and girls play in science and technology . This Day is an opportunity to promote full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls. Gender equality is a global priority for UNESCO, and the support of young girls, their education and their full ability to make their ideas heard are levers for development and peace.

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Spanish Women Scientists

CEIP Ntra. Sra. de Fátima

Sandra Muñoz Galván

Margarita Salas

Margarita del Val

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Margarita Salas

Sandra Muñoz

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We are girls and we love Science!

We are girls and we love Maths!

3rd Primary School of Loutraki

Hypatia

Agnodice

Amalia Koutsouri - Vourekas

or Lady Fleming

Eleni Glykatzis - Arveler

VIOLA SCHOOL

The 7 most famous Italian scientists in history

Väliojan School

Online Meeting Spain - Finland

11th February

Maiju Gebhard

Maiju Gebhard

Maiju Gebhard is best known for the dish drying cabinet that she invented for the Workforce Association in 1944–1945.
Her father was Professor Hannes Gebhard and her mother was an economic adviser, MP Hedvig Gebhard.

Paula Eerola

Paula Eerola is a Finnish researcher at the European Center for Particle Physics Research at CERN, a professor at the University of Helsinki, director of the Institute of Physics and most recently Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at Helsinki University.

1. Surveillance camera 2. Central heating

3. Modern bra
4. Dish washer
5. Trash can
6. Ice cream machine
7. Rescue ferry
8. Windshield wiper for car
9. Monopoly boardgame
10. Electric refrigerator
11. Beer
12. Modern hairbrush
13. Dish drying cabinet (Finnish Maiju Gebhard) 14. Car heater
15. Circular saw

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15 Inventions You Had No Idea Were Made By Women

Kozarovce School

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Emma Goldman

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