Academia should incentivize mathematicians to make their work more accessible

Math papers that are difficult to understand prevent scientists from learning about tools they can use in their research

'Picture a Scientist’ director Sharon Shattuck wants you to know you're not alone

The stories captured in Picture a Scientist are shocking, but they are hardly exceptional

The US is deporting scientists. I’m one of them

ICE is using COVID-19 confusion as cover to force immigrant scientists out

Science thinks it's unbiased. Queer scientists know that's not true

Being a queer scientist is an uphill battle for every inch

It's lonely being a Black scientist

I have been weighed down by tragedy, passed over, and exploited

Black scientists are exposing the racist side of academia on Twitter

#BlackintheIvory is yet another illustration that academia is rife with racism. It's long past time for change

Not surprisingly, science still has a huge racism and sexism problem

All STEM fields have this problem, with physics having particularly large gaps

Why academia needs its #MeToo moment

Academia reports the second-highest rates of work-related sexual harassment, only less than the military

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Why I'm quitting GMO research

Constantly confronting people who think my research will harm them is profoundly distressing

A scientist responds to that 'Science' Instagram essay

Online outreach helps highlight women and people of color in the field

Should peer review stop being anonymous?

Prominent researchers can take the gamble, but junior scientists risk retribution

Scientific knowledge is drowning in a flood of research

A comic about the problems with the -omics, illustrated by Matteo Farinella

It's time to stop excluding people with disabilities from science

You can be a great scientist without being able to carry a 50-pound backpack out of a cave