An interview with scientist and neurodiversity advocate Mariana De Niz.Continue reading
In the latest instalment of our series on racism in academia, we spoke to Dr. Izzy Jayasinghe.Continue reading
A lack of visible role models can make it harder for Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) scientists to feel they belong.
Here, a selection of BAME scientists tell TIR what inspired them to follow their chosen career. Continue reading
Derek Applewhite is an Associate Professor in the Biology Department at Reed College in Portland, Oregon (USA), and a longstanding advocate for Black/Indigenous/People of Colour (BIPOC) in academia. He joined TIR writer Brooke Morriswood and our first interviewee and discussion leader, Calvin Tiengwe, to continue the conversation about the BLM protests, racism in academia, and positive contributions that individual scientists can make. Continue reading
The Black Lives Matter protests have shone a light on the systemic racism present at all levels in developed countries, including in academia. TIR spoke to Dr. Calvin Tiengwe of Imperial College London to get his perspective on the protests, the problem, and possible solutions. Continue reading