Interviews

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  1. A gloved hand holding a yellow spark on a grey background

    Ukraine: Holding lectures while the bombs fall

    With the Russian army marching on his home city, a Ukrainian scholar must decide how to respond.
  2. Scientists on Social Media: Elisabeth Marnik (@sciencewhizliz)

    Fighting misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines.
  3. Image of Inés Dawson leaning on a tree branch

    Scientists on Social Media: Inés Dawson

    Creating YouTube videos for the scientifically curious helped a researcher stay motivated during her PhD.
  4. Image of Oded Rechavi

    Scientists on Social Media: Oded Rechavi

    Meet the king of science memes.
  5. Image of Disabled in Higher Ed team member Linda Corcoran

    Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Disabled in Higher Ed

    Conversations about the lack of diversity in academia need to include the needs and experiences of students and staff with disabilities.
  6. Image of three members of Científico Latino, Dr Robert W. Fernandez, Olivia Goldman and Cathy Amaya

    Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Científico Latino

    The application process for PhD programs in the United States disadvantages students from underrepresented groups.
  7. Image of interviewee Phyllis Kalele

    Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: GenderInSITE

    Phyllis Kalele describes how family responsibilities, a lack of mentorship, and ‘old boys’ clubs’ are some of the challenges faced by women working in science across the African continent.
  8. Image of The STEM Village founder Matthew Sinton

    Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: The STEM Village

    Matthew Sinton, founder of The STEM Village, describes how to make academic spaces more inclusive for the LGBTQ+ community.
  9. ASPIRES logo provided by UCL Institute of Education showing a row of short grey pencils with three taller red pencils inserted near the middle.

    Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: ASPIRES

    A longitudinal survey of young people in the UK has found that girls, working-class and minority ethnic students feel they have to work harder to be seen as ‘authentic’ science students.