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500 Queer Scientists

LGBTQ+ individuals make important contributions to STEM fields every day, but their leadership often goes unrecognized. 500 Queer Scientists aims to boost visibility for LGBTQ+ people working in STEM by sharing their stories, highlighting role models, forming connections, and letting people know they are not alone. Submissions from users around the globe have well exceeded the goal of 500...
Assigned Science at Bachelor's Podcast

Assigned Science at Bachelor's (ASAB) explores all things science through a transgender lens. Hosted by Tessa Fisher, who calls herself "possibly the world's only openly trans lesbian astrobiologist," and Charles Wallace, a trans entomologist and PhD student, each episode features a trans guest discussing their work in the sciences and chatting about the latest news and issues in their field....
BBC: Sci Files - Inspirational Welsh Scientists

This BBC website for secondary school students offers interviews and stories of successful Welsh scientists including Evans the Atom (Lyn Evans), Sir David the Weather (David Brunt), and Williams the Astronaut (Dafydd Rhys Williams). The website offers introductory synopses of the science topics. The Where Now links offer additional information and educational opportunities dealing with the...
Catalog of the Scientific Community in the 16th and 17th Centuries

The Catalog of the Scientific Community in the 16th and 17th Centuries is "a collection of 631 detailed biographies on members of the scientific community during the 16th and 17th centuries with vital facts about each individual and their contributions to science." Provided by the Galileo Project of Rice University, the biographies include everything from their date of birth and death, to their...
Elements and Atoms: Case Studies in the Development of Chemistry

Carmen Giunta at Le Moyne College created this website to offer a series of articles by the pioneers in the science of atoms and elements. The author provides background and commentary on the work in order to educate users about how scientists work. The website is divided into four parts: elements, atoms, classification of atoms, and back to atoms. Students can find links for definitions of...
On-call Scientists

On-call Scientists, a project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program (SRHRL), facilitates mutually beneficial partnerships that allow individuals in STEM fields to use their unique skills to contribute to human rights organizations. The program's definition of "scientist" is broad, so whether an individual is a social...

STEM professionals who identify as LGBTQ+ can bolster their personal, academic, and professional success by connecting with like-minded folks in a supportive, empowering environment. That is the mission behind Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM), "the largest chapter-based organization focused on LGBTQ+ people in STEM." The professional network spans colleges,...
University of Cambridge: Science Festival

The Science Festival aims to provide the public with opportunities to explore and discuss issues of scientific interest and concern and to raise aspirations by encouraging young people to consider a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. Each year, the Festival welcomes over 30,000 visitors to over 250 events and receives extensive national and local media coverage. Over 170...