For most people, the word “symmetry” evokes memories of making paper snowflakes or learning about isosceles triangles in their high school. So quite often When I tell peers that my research involves symmetry, the...
Julia Salafranca questions the current dynamics in academia regarding work-life balance.
Jane Essex explores the gap between reality and the rhetoric of inclusion within the STEM workforce
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.
STEM Equals is a four-year research and impact project focused on women and LGBT visibility in STEM, in both academia and industry.
Kirstin Leslie explores a brief history of female scientists and how inspiring women are helping to shift perceptions.
A look at the discovery of elusive ovarian stem cells and their potential applications in human reproduction.
Recently, theGIST attended the St Francis Primary School science event, organised and coordinated by Dr Saeeda Bhatti. In this podcast, Gabi and her team ask pupils, parents and teachers their thoughts on the importance of science in the classroom. Listen to find out what they say!
This was made possible by funding from Foundation Scotland.