An interview with Emily Harford

Name: Emily Harford Current Job: Principal Engineer in the Office of the Chief Engineer, UKAEA Scientific Discipline/Field: Nuclear Fusion Research/Engineering Governance Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): L Twitter or other social media handle: @GayRollerCEng What does your job involve? I make sure that the engineering that other engineers (and sometimes physicists) try... Continue Reading →

An interview with Claire Malone

Name: Claire Malone Current Job: PhD Student at the University of Cambridge Scientific Discipline/Field: High Energy Physics Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): B, T, Q Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claire-malone-370a26122/ Twitter or other social media handle: @geeknproud42 on Twitter and @clairenbmalone42 on Instagram What does your job involve? I analyse data from the ATLAS Experiment... Continue Reading →

An interview with Alex Blanchard

Name: Alex Blanchard Current Job: PhD Student Scientific Discipline/Field: Physics - Photonics Country: Scotland Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Twitter or other social media handle: @_MacZander What does your job involve? PhD Title: “LED & CMOS Structured Light Systems for Multi-modal Optical Lithography” So I’m trying to use micro-LEDs and fancy photonics systems to... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ+ STEMinar 2021 launched

The 2021 LGBTQ+ STEMinar has been officially launched! The online event will take place on 8 January 2021, and is hosted by Wadham College, University of Oxford. You can find conference details, including a link to register as a speaker or attendee, the abstract evaluation rubric, and conference Code of Conduct on the main conference... Continue Reading →

An interview with Sarah Cawley

Name: Sarah Cawley Current Job: Project Manager Scientific Discipline/Field: Physics, Space, Project Management Country: UK Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): T What does your job involve? Managing teams of engineers to deliver technically complex and cutting edge aerospace projects whilst keeping a close eye on schedules and budgets! How did you get to this job... Continue Reading →

Queer Science Manifesto posters

During today's STEM Village Virtual Symposium, Em Dixon made several posters based on text from the Queer Science Manifesto by Brian Loebel, Caroline Ward & Erinma Ochu. With Em's permission, we're posting them here for folks to use. Each image is available as a JPG, and PDF (including print-friendly). Queer Science fights for a just... Continue Reading →

An interview with Vishwadeep Mane

Name: Vishwadeep Mane Current Job: PhD student Scientific Discipline/Field: Cell biology Country: India Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Twitter or other social media handle: @ManeVishwadeep What does your job involve? I am a PhD student involved in understanding role of mechanical forces in shaping development of leaf. How did you get to this job... Continue Reading →

“2017”

by Sofia Kirke Forslund It was clear a long time ago that I wanted to become research faculty at some point. The path went along what was intended as a two year post-doc stint in a Medieval village, and I saw this as a necessary sacrifice. I wasn't sure quite which ways I was queer... Continue Reading →

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