Thousands of Scientists Are Striking for Black Lives
Thousands of scientists and institutions such as Nature, the American Physical Society, and arXiv are striking or shutting down today in support of protests and to advocate for a more inclusive STEM community.
Teaching Assistants Say They’ve Won Millions from UC Berkeley
The university underemployed more than 1,000 students—primarily undergraduates in computer science and engineering—in order to avoid paying union benefits, UAW Local 2865 says.
We Asked 105 Experts What Scares and Inspires Them Most About the Future
Climate change, extremism, and artificial intelligence were among the top fears, and young people, technology, and equality were among the top hopes.
Physicist Wins $3 Million Prize for Discovering Pulsars, Donates it All to Promoting Diversity in STEM
Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell says she has battled “imposter syndrome” at many points in her career as a physicist.