Danila Carrijo da Silva Dias
Danila studies radon at the Brazilian Commission for Nuclear Energy (CNEN), is on the Executive Committee of Women in Nuclear Brasil and founded the Brazilian chapter of the Organisation for Women in Science for the Developing World in 2020. In 2015 she presented her research “Female Contribution in Nuclear Science: Experiences at the Brazilian Nuclear Energy Commission (CNEN / LAPOC)” at the 23rd WiN Global Annual Conference: Women in Nuclear Meet Atoms for Peace. This year, she was one of the organisers for the Stand Up For Nuclear initiative.
You can follow her work here:
- OWSD National Chapter established in Brazil, OWSD, 18 May 2020
- Brazil will have mobilization for young people to show the benefits of nuclear technology (original in Portugese), Davi de Souza, PetroNotícias, 17 August 2020
- ABC and OWSD sign agreement (original in Portugese), Academia Brasileira de Ciências (ABC) , 26 August 2020