What makes a good STEM instructor? Manan Bhan argues that the answer lies in their teaching philosophy.
December 1st 2020
A twitter thread on the history of genetic research on sexuality for the LGBTQ+ STEM day 2020.
November 27th 2020
To people with disabilities in India, STEM fields remain largely inaccessible. A glimmer of hope has come in the form of the National Education Policy 2020, but unless some serious gaps are addressed, progress is unlikely.
November 20th 2020
Two young scholars make sense of their experiences in a casteist academia that places more importance on political correctness than on actual transformation of material everyday hierarchies.
November 12th 2020
Not every scientist had a breezy start to their careers, and these stories of struggle are just as important for us to hear as the stories of success. A story told through tweets…
October 21st 2020
Why is there so much guilt, blame and unprofessionalism associated with public anger? As a queer-trans person in science, I am here to be angry, and to speak on it.
October 10th 2020
What is it to be Dalit, trans, and still persist in STEM? Grace Banu, a technologist and a fierce activist, talks about the same as she takes us through her life in this comix.
October 2nd 2020
Catching up with Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya on how design and technology can change how people think about and access science
September 9th 2020
An evolutionary neuroscientist and a transman, Bittu R. takes us through his journey in science and the experience of being an activist and a scientist at the same time.
July 31st 2020
A facility manager by day and an artist by night, Deepti Trivedi has over the years become a critical part of the research community at BLiSC, Bengaluru.
July 14th 2020