The women of our institute

To celebrate the Day of Women and Girls in Science we give an overview of our “Minerva’s Daughters” Interview Series.

February 11, 2024

The United Nations want to promote more women in science. Too much potential is being wasted worldwide because only few highly qualified women are working in research. This is why the International Day of Women and Girls in Science was established. To mark this day, we have compiled an overview of all the interviews published so far in our "Minerva's Daughters" series.

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Minerva’s daughters: Sayantani Das is a Postdoc at the institute more

Dr. Verena Schultz-Coulon is Head of Administration at our institute.

Minerva’s daughters: Dr. Verena Schultz-Coulon is Head of Administration at the Institute  more

Teja Yanamandram works as a PhD student at the institute.

Teja Yanamandram from India works as PhD candidate at the institute.  more

Sylwia Falk works as secretary at the institute.

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Minerva’s Daughters: Sylwia Falk works as secretary at the institute.  more

Sandra Klimmek works as a technician at our institute.

Minerva’s daughters: Sandra Klimmek works as technician at the institute more

Dr. Leila Karam works as a Postdoc at the institute.

Dr. Leila Karam works on the synthesis of nanoparticles  more

Rebecca Witschel is head of the warehouse of the institute.

Rebecca Witschel works as head of the institute’s warehouse more

She loves working in the lab as well as exploring the world: Beatrice Lansbergen is a PhD student in the department of Organic Synthesis.

Beatrice Lansbergen works as PhD student in the Department of Organic Synthesis  more

Minerva’s daughters: From Kenya to the Kahlenberg

Salome Marenya supports scientists at the institute. more

Saskia Schulthoff is working as a technician in the department of Organometallic Chemistry. She has also been active for years as chairwoman of our works council.

Meet Saskia Schulthoff, technician and chairperson of our works coucil.  more

Minerva’s daughters: Per Aspera ad Astra 

Eliana Bido works as apprentice at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung.  more

Minerva’s daughters: A question of balance

Chemists at the institute do not always work in the lab, sometimes mainly on the computer - like Xin Gui from the Department of Molecular Theory and Spectroscopy. more

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