The Gendered Innovations website provides scientists and engineers with practical methods for sex and gender analysis as well as 21 case studies illustrating how such analysis has led to new ideas and excellence in research. The case studies demonstrate how sex and gender analysis has helped avoid economic costs, led to innovations and market opportunities and increased research validity and societal relevance in fields that reflect priorities set in the new European Framework Programme Horizon 2020 (transportation, environment, basic science, science communication, food and nutrition, health and medicine, and engineering and technological development).
Each of the 21 case studies follows the same structure: (1) the challenge, (2) the method, and (3) the gendered innovations. They also include outlined methods of sex and gender analysis as well as conclusions and next steps.
Organisational requirements and time frames depend on context and participant numbers.