The Royal Society is committed to promoting diversity in UK science and engineering, by seeking to increase participation from underrepresented groups. So, in this episode we’ll be focusing on some of our activities in the area with highlights from our second annual ‘Diversity Day’, a policy lab on involving people with disabilities in user-led innovation and a conference delving into historical women in science for insight on how we might increase diversity in STEMM.
1.40 Discussing diversity in STEMM – Diversity Day - Professor Saiful Islam
5.32 Apprenticeships in science – Diversity Day – Dr Linda Miller and higher apprentice Jessica Sales
14.01 The Impact of Dorothy Hodgkin fellowships – Diversity Day - Professor Cait McPhee and Dr Rhaana Starling
20.01 Women in Science Research Network Conference - Dr Sue Hawkins and Dr Claire Jones
29.05 Policy Lab – Collaborative innovation – involving disabled people in user-led innovation – Professor Geoffrey Boulton and Claire Mookerjee and Stephen Hicks
34.40 Why Women in Science – Dr Sue Hawkins and Dr Claire Jones