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30 June 2022

Jacquelien Scherpen, professor of Discrete Technology and production Automation, and also Captain of Science for the Dutch topsector High Tech Systems and Materials participated the Dutch State Visit to Austria. In the presence of King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima, leading Beta and Engineering Scientists from both countries made the case for more gender diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics - from personal experience and with facts and figures, supported by the VHTO Expertisecentrum genderdiversiteit in bèta, techniek en IT.

photo: Rik Boddëus, Attaché Investment & Innovation @ Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Austria
photo: Rik Boddëus, Attaché Investment & Innovation @ Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Austria
Last modified:30 June 2022 11.30 a.m.

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