We encourage you to read this Newsweek Opinion Piece regarding the recent cancellation of the first all-woman space walk. This is why we created iGIANT®. Our vision is to improve the safety and quality of life, including work performance, for men and women on Earth and in SPACE. Our mission is accelerate gendered innovation across all sectors. We need everyone to join us to achieve this mission so that men AND women can do their missions safely and well.
NASA's first all-female spacewalk is delayed because there aren't enough spacesuits that fit @CNN https://cnn.it/2HDYbHj 1st iGIANT Challenge winner designed a modular space suit for men & women--it's more than size. It's iGIANT time to have a suit that fits!
Twenty Georgetown School of Medicine medical students, clinicians, and faculty gathered for an interactive iGIANT® (impact of Gender/Sex on Innovation and Novel Technologies) roundtable at Georgetown SoM on March 7, 2019 in the Warwick Evans Conference Room. Jennifer Purks, Georgetown SoM, class of 2021 and iGIANT Scholar in-Residence, welcomed the participants to the roundtable. iGIANT founder and Georgetown adjunct faculty member, Dr. Saralyn Mark, launched the event by sha
The iGIANT® is delighted to announce the winner of the 4th iGIANT Challenge Competition for Innovators. This year’s challenge was hosted by HeroX, allowing innovators from around the world to submit concepts for a design element which takes into account how men and women adapt differently to technologies used in everyday life. We are proud to announce that this year’s winner is Team TOBA and their innovative idea concept for a database that lists transgender-friendly provider