The consortium of Genis Lab involves both scientific partners and partners with expertise in gender mainstreaming tools.

The Consortium is Europe spread in order to represent different contexts and promote a common idea of gender mainstreaming in science created through networking and a comparative and collaborative approach.

Scientific partners present a focus area on nanotechnologies and an already set network (ECNP).

  • CSIC - (Spanish Superior Council for Scientific Research) - Institute for Polymer Science and Technology, Spain
  • IPF - Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V., Germany
  • FTM UB - Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • NIC - National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia

Besides, two other STEM areas (physics and ITC) are represented in order to provide a comparative assessment as well as best practices.

  • INFN - National Institute for Nuclear Physics, Italy
  • BTH - Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden

Supported by a group of experts that will provide and share innovative methodologies for gender mainstreaming in science:

  • FGB - Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini
  • ITC/ILO - International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (Gender Unit), UN Agency
  • ADS - Associazione Donne e Scienza (Italian women in science organization)


The Consortium

From left to right: José M. Kenny (CSIC), Manuelita Mancini (FGB), Barbara De Micheli (FGB), Oretta Di Carlo (INFN), Rebecka Molin (BTH), Ivanka Popovi? (FTM UB), Flavia Zucco (ADS), Kerstin Gustavsson (BTH), Claudia Crasso (ADS), Barbara Kenny (FGB), Alberto Merolla (FGB), Annamaria Simonazzi (FGB), Maša Korencan (NIC), Maria Luigia Paciello (INFN), Sandra Martinka (IPF), Majda Žigon (NIC), Victoria Albrecht (IPF), Benedetta Magri (ITC/ILO), Antonio Dell'Atti (FGB)

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