Meet planetary scientist Ed Rivera-Valentín, who defeated their “inner saboteur” not just to reach the outer edges of Solar System, but to help ensure that many dazzling star-clusters of future Latinx astronomers and scientists are right behind.
In Contributor Highlight, Professor of Psychiatry Kale Edmiston: “Transgender people are often treated as objects of fascination and curiosity by scientists. Research must be done with humility, and in service of our communities.”
In this issue's Contributor Highlight, Dr. Arti Agrawal demonstrates the marvel of a life driven by a mix of science and social justice, while casually saying mercilessly impressive things like "surface plasmons in graphene and surface phonon polaritons in silicon carbide nanowires."
“Being who you are unapologetically is an act of resistance. Making yourself seen and heard and affirming your existence is revolutionary." In this issue’s Contributor Highlight, it’s Dr. Ron Hunter.
Thin films, infinite strength. "Sometimes they come to see an Oxford scientist, and are faced with a trans-woman covered in tattoos. That's great—let's break down those barriers." Meet Oxford University material scientist Dr. Clara Barker.