Rachael Sulaiman explores how Caroline Criado Perez’s Invisible Women gave her the language to articulate sexism in STEM. Erasure of all ethnicities, genders and sexual orientations exist throughout history in data, however the following article will focus on the gender data gap.
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21 Jun, 2019
This week, we have Despoina Allagioti looks at a few facts about Sea horses. that can stir up the waters. The snippet is as interesting as the title. Give it a read at https://the-gist.org/2021/12/seahorses-natures-true-feminists/
Can we use the ‘junk’ in our DNA to fight back against cancer? Interesting, isn't it? In this feature, Jennifer investigates the disease cancer and how blind mole rats can repurpose ‘junk’ in their DNA to stop cancer before it starts. Give it a read at-
This week, let's learn more about the emerging technologies called data science and blockchain. We have out brand new snippet at https://the-gist.org/2021/11/convergence-of-blockchain-and-data-science/
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In this week’s snippet, @clairethomson01 examines the role of technology in the sporting world.
Check it out: https://the-gist.org/2021/11/technology-doping-does-technology-belong-in-the-sporting-world/
We all remember the scene from the movie Avatar where Jake Sully is astonished by Pandora's beautiful glowing jungle. Now, that's not fiction, there are organisms that have the ability to glow. This week @LiamButler49 talks about the same in https://the-gist.org/2021/11/bioluminescence-finding-light-in-the-dark/