Science Needs Women
Dr Alison Wee Kim Shan, Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham Malaysia | Dr Nadiah Abu, Assistant Professor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia | Dr Mariatulqabtiah Abdul Razak, Associate Professor, Universiti Putra Malaysia
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One fact you need to know about women in science is that women scientists represent just 33.3 percent of researchers globally. Women are leading ground-breaking research across the world but their work rarely gains the recognition it deserves. Why did it happen? We speak to Assistant Professor Dr. Alison Wee Kim Shan, Assistant Professor Dr. Nadiah Abu, and Associate Professor Dr. Mariatulqabtiah Abdul Razak, who won the L’Oreal-UNESCO Fellowship for Women in Science for 2022, to know more about women scientists in Malaysia.
Photo Credit : L’Oreal-UNESCO
Produced by: Freda Liu
Presented by: Freda Liu
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Categories: environment, wellness
Tags: unesco, women in science, l'oreal, recognition, research,