Celebrating International Womens Day at HRB

Today we celebrate internationalwomensday2024, and it is good to remember the achievements women have made in science and biotechnology, particularly in the field of genome editing. An example is the nobelprize to EmmaHRnuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna for their development of CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology. Their work revolutionized our approach to genetic engineering and also highlighted the indispensable role women play in driving scientific innovation.

At HRB, we are proud to have our own female heroes who bring their unique perspectives and expertise in our daily efforts. Without their contributions and their relentless drive towards sustainability and food security, we would not have made our current scientific advancements or overcome many of the complex challenges in our research.

This is also a good moment not only to celebrate the achievements of women in biotech and science but also to support an environment where women can thrive and lead, pursuing their passion and break new ground. This can only happen if we are all committed to gender equality, diversity, and inclusion. We invite you all to join us in this reflection and to share your own stories and experiences of women’s contributions to science and beyond!