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Photo: Bernd Roselieb 
For years, universities and research institutes have been trying to increase the number of women in leadership positions. As a result, in 2005 the Robert Bosch Stiftung began actively supporting women in scientific fields.
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Photo: Bernd Roselieb 
The Fast Track program supports highly qualified female researchers like biologist Kristin Teßmar-Raible on their paths to leadership positions. Since its inception, the program has successfully supported 140 female scientists.
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Photo: Karin Engels 
During the seminars, the scholarship recipients learn how to be more self-confident by participating in creative activities like fencing.
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Photo: Max Lautenschläger 
The research portal AcademiaNet offers free access to the profiles of currently more than 1,400 outstanding female scientists from Germany and Europe. In November 2010, German Chancellor Angela Merkel launched the Website by pressing the start button.
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Photo: Max Lautenschläger 
During a networking event in Berlin, established scientists name suitable candidates for the online database. A total of 37 renowned partner organizations have teamed up with AcademiaNet.