PhD student Einat Schmutz
is awarded for feminno

Einat Schmutz is awarded for feminno which is a the career development program for woman scientists being interested in the science-innovation interface. Experienced career advisors, coaches, innovation experts and executives from successful life-science enterprises will share their experiences and visions in multiple career retreats, innovation seminars, trainings, lunch talks, company visits and exploratory workshops. The feminno program will run from February through July 2018 and is coordinated by the Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center and supported by the Swiss Federal Office for Gender Equality.

Great job, Einat, and what a fantastic opportunity for you and your further career!

Manfred Müller

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