About GenPORT

GenPORT is a developing online community of practitioners, served by an internet portal and made up of organisations and individuals working across the globe for gender equality and excellence in science, technology or innovation. GenPORT covers all sciences - natural and social sciences, and humanities. 

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We are looking for a STEM returner who wants to apply their training to research that's relevant to patient safety.You may be a mathematician, statistician, software engineer or a scientist who wants to use their expertise in a multidisciplinary project. You may enjoy data analysis and would like to help improve patient safety in primary care.Applications are invited for a Daphne Jackson...
Posted 2 weeks 3 days ago
The UK H2020 Science With And For Society National Contact Point has launched an open public consultation on the potential priorities for the Horizon 2020 'Science with and for Society' work programme of Horizon 2020 covering the period 2016-2017. The consultation is open until 12.10.2014. The aim of this consultation is to obtain views and contributions from a broad constituency. The...
Posted 2 weeks 5 days ago
Deadline for nominations: Friday 22 AugustThursday 13 November 2014, Grange Hotel Tower Bridge, LondonThe annual WISE Awards celebrate female talent in science, technology and engineering - from classroom to boardroom. In 2014, which marks the 30th anniversary of the WISE campaign, we have re-aligned the WISE Awards categories to fit into two strategic areas of our campaign. The first group of...
Posted 1 month 2 weeks ago
Ten departments now leading the way for gender equality - UK Institute of Physics: Ten physics departments have now achieved Juno Champion status, the highest accolade awarded by the Institute of Physics (IOP) for their concerted and innovative approach to embedding gender equality in higher education physics. The School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Birmingham has become...
Posted 2 months 2 days ago
CAMAWise writes: As part of our 20th Anniversary celebrations we are running a survey of women’s experiences of working in science, technology, engineering and maths. In the 10 years since we previously ran a survey much has changed, there’s been changes in legislation relating to flexible working, changes in access to mentoring schemes amongst others. We would like to know what women working...
Posted 2 months 2 days ago