The Surprising Benefit of Pop-Up Parks to Bio-Diversity
A new study finds that interim recreational use of underutilized sections of crowded cities can benefit more than just humans.
The Reason Why There’s No Diversity in Tech
Libertarianism, Tech, and a Successful Kickstarter Campaign
Ready to cast your vote, Pune? Here’s your go-to guide for all Assembly seats with areas of...
Pune city has eight Assembly segments and here, we present to you information about four of the constituencies, their sitting MLAs, problems faced by the Assembly constituency and what more could be done in the area.
Pune scientists discover three new microbes that grew on cellphone screens
Mobile phones since they are carried in almost all human environments from the kitchen to the public transport harbour a larger diversity of micro-organisms. These microbes grow...
Why diversity needs secularism
The non-inclusion of the word ‘secular’ in the original Constitution cannot be a reason to recommend its removal now
Diversity and Inclusion 101
5 critical vocab words to know By Farah Mahesri, co-founder Quantum Impact We all love jargon The diversity and inclusion (D&I) field is much like development because it loves its jargon and acronyms. And in D&I these seem even more intimidating because we’re all so afraid of
Why tech needs diversity
Fascinating, forward-thinking talks that highlight the importance of diversity — in its many forms — within the tech industry. (Curated in partnership with the National Security Agency.)
Top 50 diversity professionals in industry
Paul Polman – CEO, Unilever (Global) Paul Polman believes in changing business culture for the benefit of all, forging progressive corporate policies that embody fair working practices and social...
How Diversity Empowers Science and Innovation
How to bring diversity in children’s literature
Agents, editors, authors and illustrators need to seek out and nurture underrepresented talent through commissioning books, providing editorial support, and being generous with our contacts.
How Global Warming Is Threatening Genetic Diversity
The meltwater stonefly, an insect on the leading edge of climate change, is in danger because its frigid mountain habitat is rapidly disappearing.
Why we need more diversity in maths and science
Science and mathematics subjects have traditionally been seen as the forte of high-achieving, white, middle-class pupils. And, in an effort to boost the number of scientists and engineers...
Why Modi’s Digital India Remains a Pipe Dream
In early July, the leader of the world’s largest democracy outlined ambitious plans to get rural Indians onto the information superhighway—in large part by ramping up a long-delayed effort to connect hundreds of thousands of villages to the national Internet backbone using fiber-optic cable.
How Warming Is Threatening the Genetic Diversity of Species
Research on stoneflies in Glacier National Park indicates that global warming is reducing the genetic diversity of some species, compromising their ability to evolve as conditions change. These findings have major implications for how biodiversity will be affected by climate change.
This is why the Emmy jokes about diversity fell flat
Comedians Michael Che and Colin Jost opened the Emmy Awards with a set of predictable topics in their repertoire. The pair joked about sexual harassment, Ronan Farrow’s coverage about the Harvey Weinstein allegations and diversity in television.
How Implicit Bias and Lack of Diversity Undermine Science
The first step toward fixing the culture of STEM is recognizing that it’s broken
Recognition at last: how the Baftas are rewarding diversity
Bafta has introduced new awards eligibility rules and changes to its membership. What impact have they had on this year’s nominations?
How emotional intelligence drives diversity and inclusion
Emotional intelligence can have massive benefits for any organization, but why? How do we maximize our groups' EQ?
How to get serious about diversity and inclusion in the workplace
Imagine a workplace where people of all colors and races are able to climb every rung of the corporate ladder -- and where the lessons we learn about diversity at work actually transform the things we do, think and say outside the office. How do we get there? In this candid talk, inclusion advocate Janet Stovall shares a three-part action plan for creating workplaces where people feel safe and expected to be their unassimilated, authentic selves.
Why Don't the Geosciences Have More Diversity?
One factor may be minorities’ lack of significant childhood experience with outdoor spaces