Following on from our blog celebrating the rich history of Islamic science Arqum writes about the experience of Muslim scientists in the UK today.
Arqum writes about the history of Islam and science in the first of two blogs about Muslim scientists.
Staff and students from the Babraham Institute share reviews on a new range of books about equality, diversity and STEM.
After our blog last year which shared the experiences of our Roving Researcher and a postdoc she was supporting, many people got in touch to ask us how the role worked, what were the benefits and downsides, and other details of the programme. Here Cheryl, who designed the role and line manages the Rover, answers some of the most frequently asked questions.
Staff and students from the Babraham Institute share reviews of a variety of books about equality, diversity and STEM.
Elizabeth is back with a selection of fun stereotype-defying gifts that entertain and inform. You're sure to find something you want to get for people on your list, or maybe yourself!
Four Babraham Institute PhD researchers share what they learned from a chat with Katrin Rittinger and her talk about her career journey
This LGBT+ STEM Day, Elizabeth has some tips for making your workplace more LGBT+ inclusive
When it comes to equality a lot has changed in a surprisingly short time. For International Women's Day 2019, Christel Krueger reflects on her own perceptions of gender equality in the 21st Century and what more still lies ahead. Join in with the #BalanceForBetter campaign.
With 2018 coming to a close, Elizabeth has seven suggestions for ways to support equality and inclusion in 2019.
Elizabeth offers a diverse and creative selection of gift ideas to help you find something exciting and new for all the difficult-to-buy-for people in your life.
19th November marks International Men's Day, a day for celebrating men and the contributions that men make to improving society for the greater good of everyone. This year, to mark the day, Simon Walker the Head of our Imaging Facility and an equality4success team member reflects on his experience of becoming a father and the challenges of finding a new work-life balance. Is it time for us to rethink how we measure success?
The 5th July 2018 is the first ever Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans (and more) in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths day and the Babraham Institute is showing support by flying the rainbow flag and wearing bright colours. But why are we doing this?
The Institute welcomed Dr Irina Abnizova, our first Daphne Jackson Trust Career Re-entry Fellow in October 2017. Irina joined Dr Wolf Reik’s laboratory in Epigenetics. equality4success Manager, Laura Norton, met with Irina to welcome her to the Institute and to ask about the process of applying for a Daphne Jackson Fellowship.