Lina Merino has a degree in biotechnology and molecular biology, a PhD in biological sciences (Universidad Nacional de La Plata), and a degree in gender and institutional management (Universidad de la Defensa Nacional). She is Assistant Professor (National University of Hurlingham) and Assistant Researcher (Scientific Research Commission of the Province of Buenos Aires). Researcher at the Observatory of Energy, Science and Technology (OECYT).
Written by Lina Ethel Merino
On February 11, the world marked the International Day of Women and Girls in Science with the aim of raising awareness of the barriers that prevent women from accessing the world of science and technology, as well as promoting their full and equal participation in the sector. What are these...Understanding and taking action for gender equality in science and technology