POLINA women encouraging young people to pursue STEM careers!


Using the opportunity of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we are proud to interview Marta Ximenis, a Postdoc in POLINA who is already making valuable contributions to kick-off the project. Marta provided inspirational statements about the importance of acknowledging the role that women play in driving innovation and scientific progress while encouraging more young people to pursue STEM careers. 

POLINA partners put together Science, Technology, and Innovation focusing on the contributions of POLINA to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically to SDG 3 (well-being for all at all ages) and SDG 9 (industry, innovation and infrastructure). To both, POLINA partners are contributing through their work in the project by leveraging innovative materials and modern 3D printing techniques to create devices aligned with human tissue compatibility and research tool advancements. With POLINA’s technology, the team hopes to advance the way medical devices and materials are being developed and open new avenues for wider implementation of innovative technologies, ultimately improving patients’ health and well-being.

Don’t miss the highlights of Marta, to inspire younger generations to pursue their scientific careers and education across STEM:

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