Dr. Nina Jablonski is here to tell us the science behind the story of our skin and to break down some of the deeply entrenched myths about race and color.
Today on the show, Short Wave host Maddie Sofia and reporter Emily Kwong speak with AI policy analyst Mutale Nkonde about algorithmic bias — how facial recognition software can discriminate and reflect the biases of society.
A repository of teaching materials and methods aimed at enhancing human diversity and inclusivity in biology courses.
Since the experiences and realities across different racial, ethnic, and gender groups are complex and unique, here is a list of free resources broken down by group to help foster professional growth and development for members of these underrepresented students and professionals.
Ronald E. Mickens discusses his own career, the importance of curiosity to scientific research, and the challenges African-American scientists have had to overcome to pursue their research.
In this interview, Jackie Peterson describes the exhibition and what she learned about African American experiences at Hanford during the Manhattan Project.
In this lesson, students explore the varied work of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians, and discuss character traits common to all of them.
Nature commits to working to end anti-Black practices in research.
Inclusion in STEM is vital to our economy and success
Activists and allies alike are strengthening calls for systemic change to U.S. policing practices, as well as to address longstanding racial inequities within science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines.
Black applicants are more likely to propose research topics less favored by reviewers
What would it really take for education to contribute to the well-being and thriving of Indigenous families and communities?