The rise of the internet age and digital spaces has created a whole new world for ethnographic investigation.
The days of celebrity oceanographers romancing the deep are gone, and maybe that’s a good thing.
Countless women scientists have have been shunted to the footnotes, with credit for their work going to male colleagues. This is called the Matilda Effect.
The containment of COVID-19 raises pressing questions related to the freedom of scientific information, civil liberties, and human rights, one scholar explains.