It’s 2019 and the need for driving gender balance across the world is more prevalent than ever. Studies show that increasing the participation of women in STEM subjects will have a strong positive GDP impact at the EU level (source). Closing the gender gap in STEM could potentially contribute to an increase in EU GDP per capita by 2.2 to 3.0% in 2050 which means €610 - €820 billion in monetary terms (source).
Join Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS and Janssen Pharmaceutica NV for a panel discussion on the challenges that women face in sciences across academics, entrepreneurship, research, venture and industry. Learn what can be done to change some of the systemic barriers and help women navigate new opportunities in these spaces to improve gender balance.