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Efforts to increase diversity in research assessment panels don’t cut it.
The website Levers in Heels, which features African women in STEM, in January called on the internet to tweet the names of African women scientists. People shared hundreds.
Roughly six-in-ten black STEM workers say they have experienced any of eight specific forms of racial or ethnic discrimination at work.
A Ph.D. candidate describes the costs of doing service as a graduate student of color.
It's easy (and right) to criticize Trump for his vulgar dismissal of developing countries, but scientists harbor their own prejudice.
Counting the number of women and men is considered to be rather unproblematic. But how do you measure diversity?
Editors of scientific journals are a far less diverse group than the scientists in scientific publications.
Acceptance rates of articles is higher when first authors come from English-speaking high income countries; and articles from high income countries have higher citation rates.
The secret to unlocking innovation isn’t tax cuts - it’s equality.
Income and gender make a big difference in who winds up inventing.
Denisse Albornoz's speaking notes for the presentation given at the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion panel of OpenCon 2017.
Legacy of apartheid means academia has remained largely white.
European national education systems are becoming more inclusive and effective.