The Bio-Diverse Project's Tanith Hackney on the beauty of collective experience, increasing representation within biology and conservation, and changing the culture of science and academia. "We see you first and foremost as the incredible scientists and conservationists you are."
In Orgs to Know, it's gAyABA’s Stephanie Meredith on the challenges, surprises, and delights of queering biological anthropology.
When a group of artificial intelligence/machine learning researchers get mad—at a lack of community, representation, and inclusion—they make something incredibly human. In Orgs to Know, meet Queer in AI.
Queer in Neuro founder Daniel Virga is working to fire synapses across the networking neurons of queer neuroscientists everywhere. What started as a search for personal inspiration and mentorship is now "an organization for the community, by the community."
BlackInPhysics co-founder Dr. Jessica Esquivel has a dream: "That Black students can just be enamored by the weirdness that is physics ... without having to worry about their survival."