David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian won the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for their work on temperature and touch
On how energy flow has shaped life on Earth and how writing books has shaped his research
Lasana Harris, Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology at UCL, shares his thoughts about his identity as a person of colour in STEM and his career as a scientist in dehumanised perception.
Vanessa Diaz, Professor of Healthcare Engineering at UCL’s Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences, shares her passion for increasing diversity and inclusion in STEM.
On her experiences of breaking taboos, being a survivor of forced marriage, and sharing her story.
Dr Michael Sulu, lecturer at UCL’s Biochemical Engineering Department, describes the challenges he’s faced as an ethnic minority within the STEM industry.
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 Fierce Force that Reshaped Science
Dr. Ying Lia Li, a quantum physicist, shares her experiences and views on inequality and ownership in STEM
An evening with award-winning scientist, author, journalist and podcaster, Dr Kat Arney.