Headlines Expert Newsletters Covid-19 Specialties Trending Feeds Videos

Mashup Score: 4


In his Editorial “Time to look in the mirror” (12 June, p. [1161][1]), H. H. Thorp calls on scientists to recognize systemic racism within the science community. As part of this self-reflection, scientists should consider the many ways that inequality manifests in science, including science's historical contributions to discrimination, the lack of representation in science, and the extra burden...

  • 123456 Profile photo of Madelyn

    Universities and healthcare facilities should develop zero-tolerance, anti-racism policies and put procedures in place that effectively handle complaints about racism and race-related aggression. They should embed mentoring schemes into departments to address the neglect that Black, Indigenous, and people of color often experience when navigating their careers.