The end and new beginning(s)

The final day of the IVLP #HiddenNoMore arrives and one could tell that goodbyes are going to be much harder than anticipated. Who would imagine that bonds between women from around the globe can be built to such extent in three weeks… Regardless of culture, nationality, religion, profession – we all share so much in … Continue reading The end and new beginning(s)

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“I have a PhD in astronomy and I want it to be a normal thing”

The IVLP #HiddenNoMore team returns to the 21st Century Fox Studios. We spend our day at actual movie sets, going behind scenes, visiting incredible archives, and the Fox Innovation Lab. It is an amazing and unforgettable experience with many most useful networking opportunities. A panel of four IVLP’s, amazing women with stories of dedication and … Continue reading “I have a PhD in astronomy and I want it to be a normal thing”

“Women need to break through the poli-carbonate ceiling, not only the glass ceiling”

(October 25th 2017) This LA morning the IVLP #HiddenNoMore team heads to – we could say – where it all begun with the Hidden Figures movie - to the 21st Century Fox Studios. The first speaker of the day, Prof Geraldine (Geri) Richmond, Presidential chair in science and professor of chemistry at the University of … Continue reading “Women need to break through the poli-carbonate ceiling, not only the glass ceiling”

Los Angeles, California – the last stop of the IVLP #HiddenNoMore

On Sunday, October 22nd split groups from Chicago and Seattle travel to gather again in Los Angeles, California for the last week of the IVLP #HiddenNoMore. We start-off the week with a lessons learned session on Monday, October 23rd, sharing small-groups split-up experiences from all parts of the US, and experiences from Chicago and Seattle. … Continue reading Los Angeles, California – the last stop of the IVLP #HiddenNoMore

State-of-the-art research at the Argonne National Laboratory

October 19th 2017 The IVLP #HiddenNoMore Chicago Team headed to the Argonne National Laboratory in the morning. The Argonne National Laboratory was established in 1946 and is one of 17 facilities in the US, funded from the federal funds. The mission of the Argonne changed significantly over decades; the facility evolved on the grounds of … Continue reading State-of-the-art research at the Argonne National Laboratory