Women Inventors Network, a brainchild of IFIA, was created in September 1994 with the approval of Executive Committee members to empower women. Nobel Prize winner Dr Rosalyn Yalow became an Honorary Member of IFIA-WIN. Her discovery of “radioimmunoassay” (1956-59), a revolutionary invention, is a powerful tool for the determination of virtually any minute substance of biological interest and is used in thousands of laboratories around the world.
– Encourage inventor associations to develop activities of interest to women inventors;
– Develop cooperation among women inventor associations and promote the creation of similar organizations;
– Highlight and recognize the creative power of women;
– motivate women and girls to participate in the fields of science and technology.
IFIA holds the conviction that both males and females share an equal responsibility and talent to contribute toward technological development and promotion. Women innovative talent needs to be realized by their active engagement in innovative activities.
IFIA has determined a board of experts consisting of the specialists in various fields in order to assist the girl and women innovators and inventors to overcome the challenges they face by providing the required consultations on diverse aspects of invention.
The Minister of Gender Equality and Family of Republic of Korea, Kang Eun-Hee joined IFIA Women Network as an Honarary Member.
|Roya Ghafele||Margot Sandy||Ana Hafner||Elinora Inga Sigurdardottir||Vivi Aakjær||Young Han|
|Director, OxFirst Ltd.||Product Development Engineer||Patent Lawyer||Iceland Invetor Association Founder||Danish Invetor Association President||WWIEA President|
IFIA Secretariat plans to implement the following activities to display women creativity and innovative talents: