Biomechanics Research Innovation Challenge: 100 girls, 100 days, 100 stories

  • Coltman, Celeste (CI)
  • Hall, Michelle (CoI)
  • Dick, Taylor (CoI)
  • Diamond, Laura (CoI)
  • Maharaj, Jayishni (CoI)
  • Mickle, Karen (CoI)
  • Kean, Crystal (CoI)
  • Barzan, Martina (CoI)
  • Verma, Sid (CoI)

Project: Research

Project Details


The project aims to inspire girls and support early career female researchers in the biomedical engineering field of biomechanics at two critical points where girls are not entering engineering pathways and women are leaving engineering pathways. Through a 100-day Biomechanics Research and Innovation Challenge, 100 girls from around Australia will work with 25 early career female biomechanics researchers at Australian universities to develop their own biomechanics research and innovation story (100 stories), to take back to their communities.
Effective start/end date1/07/2123/09/22


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