Jane Essex explores the gap between reality and the rhetoric of inclusion within the STEM workforce
Pesticides can have a negative impact on the environment and human health. For example, streptomycin can cause massive disruption to natural ecosystems and can encourage bacteria to develop antibiotic resistance. William Rooney explores the role of pesticides in our food and why we need alternatives.
Science is for everyone; even those who wish to dismiss it. Kirstin investigates the current crisis in confidence and how we can engage people more successfully.
Katrina travelled to the Royal Institution in London for the first ever Diversity Challenge, a live quiz show inspired by University Challenge but with a more representative line-up of panellists, speakers, and subjects. Sounds awesome, right? Here’s your starter for ten…
If you support the development of science that pushes boundaries and drives innovation, then you inadvertently support a diverse, equal and inclusive environment for scientific research to thrive in – you just might not know it yet. Zoë takes a look at how the overworking culture in academia affects proactivity in equality, diversity and inclusion work.
Recently, scientists have been observing that the problems associated with climate change are being felt much more severely at the top of the planet. So why is this, and what exactly is “Arctic Amplification”?
STEM Equals is a four-year research and impact project focused on women and LGBT visibility in STEM, in both academia and industry.
Curious how you can participate in the data science hype? Anna Henschel explains how open data and open source software make data science accessible to everyone.