Euskadi Technology Park joins the “Science and Technology for Women” initiative for yet another year

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The 6th edition of the Science and Technology for Women initiative, which seeks to inspire scientific and technological vocations among students in years 1 to 3 of ESO, promoted by the Association of Science and Technology Parks of Spain (APTE) will return from this November and will run until April 2024 in the parks belonging to the association.

Euskadi Technology Park joins the initiative by organising four conferences with young people and an exhibition on women who have excelled in the field of science and technology.

Once again this year, Euskadi Technology Park is joining the “Science and Technology for Women” initiative promoted by APTE, a programme aimed at young girls, students from 1st to 3rd year of ESO. With the aim of making the work of women in the fields of science and technology more visible and encouraging scientific and technological vocations among young women, the Euskadi Technology Park has organised four days where students will be able to learn first-hand about the work carried out by women professionals in these fields and workshops, among other activities. The conferences will be held on the Zamudio/Derio, Vitoria-Gasteiz and Donostia campuses and will be attended by more than 600 students from the three territories.

“Women who changed the world

On the other hand, and within this same initiative, it will be possible to visit the exhibition “Women who change the world”, featuring women who carry out their professional activity linked to science and technology in the surroundings of the Campuses of the Euskadi Technology Park.

Our commitment

Euskadi Technology Park, in its Strategic Plan 2021-2024, establishes a strategic line for the support and dissemination of the role of women in Science and Technology where actions such as the Equality Working Group with an annual Objectives Plan, the Inspira Steam Project, bringing Science and Technology closer to society and encouraging scientific-technological vocations among young people stand out.


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