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Jayne Davis: “I am not convinced in my area of research there are less females choosing to take their career in this direction.”

We spoke to Jayne Davis, works as a Postdoctoral research fellow in the Plant and crop science department at the University of Nottingham.

Victoria Fernández: “Fortunately, I see more and more female agricultural engineers working as specialists in international companies, which was unusual when I started out in my career”. 

We spoke to Victoria Fernández, Professor at the School of Forestry of the Polytechnic University of Madrid.

Rossella Bortolaso: “Scientific and technical careers are mainly associated with men…This has changed and is changing”

We spoke to Rossella Bortolaso, Area Manager for Plant Protection and Biocontrol at Landlab

Raquel Valdés: “I think it is important for girls to have female role models in all fields of knowledge”

We spoke to Raquel Valdés, R&D Manager in Ideagro.

Lydia Ugena: “In my opinion, information is the key to encouraging women and girls to pursue a career in science”.

We spoke to Lydia Ugena, R&D Specialist in Tradecorp’s Research & Development Department.

Women in science and technology: the key lies in increasing visibility and the availability of female role models

In the textbooks of millions of schoolchildren around the world, women only account for 7.6% of the scientific and technical role models. 

Ángela Varo: “Women who have made historic contributions to science have been totally ignored”

We spoke to Ángela Varo, a Regulatory Expert in Tradecorp’s Global Regulatory Affairs Department and the Chairwoman of the Spanish Task Force in the European Biostimulants Industry Council (EBIC).

Tradecorp celebrates International Women’s Day

Here at Tradecorp, we believe International Women’s Day is a time to think equal as well as reflect on the progress that has been made by society. In honor of this day, we interviewed four of our extraordinary women to share their insights.

Tradecorp scientists comment on the International Day of Women in Science

Celebrated on February 11th, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science is an opportunity to promote full and equal access, as well as the participation in science for all women.

International Day of Women and Girls in Science – Day 1: Camila Levy, Research and Development Manager at Tradecorp

Today marks the first day of our Women and Girls in Science Campaign. One this day, we would like to feature Camila Levy, of the R+D department.