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Laura Ferrero Carballo

WISE event 30/01/2018 12:00 h.

CNIO Auditorium

Laura Ferrero Carballo. Writer, freelance editor and literary advisor Instituto Vasco Etxepare. Barcelona

Decisiones racionales e irracionales: una breve historia de cómo llegué a ser escritora (Please note that this seminar will be held in Spanish)

NewsHidden figures (El País)

Lola Martínez, head of the Flow Cytometry Unit, recounts her experience as a Spanish representative of a US program that has brought together a group of women scientists from around the world.

Full article: Figuras ocultas (in Spanish)

100 Women: The ice ceiling that held women back from Antarctic exploration (BBC)

For decades, there was a ceiling not of glass but of ice, for women in science - the continent of Antarctica. Women were not permitted a role in this age of adventure. But not for lack of trying.

Full article: 100 Women: The ice ceiling that held women back from Antarctic exploration

Prehistoric women's arms 'stronger than those of today's elite rowers (Sinc)

The study of ancient bones conducted by researchers at the University of Cambridge suggests that manual agricultural work had a profound effect on the bodies of women living in central Europe between about the early neolithic and late iron age, from about 5,300BC to AD100.

Full article: Las mujeres prehistóricas tenían brazos más fuertes que las remeras de élite (in Spanish)