When you think of the word ‘inventor’, a few names may instantly come to mind: Benjamin Franklin, Steve Jobs, Alexander Graham Bell. But many of the inventions we use today are created by people whose names have been lost to history and who have overcome difficult racial or gender obstacles.
Less diversity within the scientific community is not only damaging to research, but to us too.
Heritage science is a STEM field with strong representation from women and LGBTQ+ people, offering an opportunity for diverse leading voices to promote disruptive research.
A look at the UCL networks, societies and initiatives that are celebrating diversity and inclusion in science.
For too long Black women have been used as tools to progress medicine, but what progress is being made for Black women?
A homage to just three of the many women who have fought against all odds to bring diverse voices and contributions to STEM
Explained: the reasons behind why so few women engage in STEM.
Dr. Ying Lia Li, a quantum physicist, shares her experiences and views on inequality and ownership in STEM
A Fierce Force that Reshaped Science
A role in morality would only make science more biased