Upcoming events

 - Wednesday 29th -

15:00 BST

 Combatting the Weaponization of Science By Right-wing Extremists

Speaker: Dr Jedidiah Carlson

- Event Series - 

 Situated Hair: 

Entangled in Society & Science

Monday 18th July 13:00 BST

The Cultural & Political Significance of Hair

Lecture

Wednesday 20th July 13:00 BST

Hair Discrimination at Work

Mini-Talks & Panel Discussion

Friday 22nd July 10:00 BST

Inclusive EEG Practice

Workshop

More details here

2022

past events

Click on the title of the talk to access the recording. Selected events can only be accessed by University of Bristol staff & students via the Faculty of Life Sciences sharepoint.

 - Being LGBTQIA+ in STEM (access is available only for University of Bristol staff & students)

 - Womxn in STEM

 - Decolonising the Curriculum

 - Black in Cancer

 - Being Neurodiverse in STEM (access is available only for University of Bristol staff & students)

 - Combatting the Weaponisation of Science by Right-Wing Extremists 

Inclusive Research Practices Seminar Series 

 

The Inclusive Research Practices Seminar Series ran in June 2021. For more information, click here. To view the talks, click on the links below:

 - Inclusive Research Practices: Basic Research

 - Inclusive Research Practices: Inclusive & Ethical Data Science

 - Inclusive Research Practices: Human Participant Research

 - Inclusive Research Practices: Environmental Impact of Research

'Becoming an Inclusive Researcher' Workshop Series 

The 'Becoming an Inclusive Researcher' Workshop Series ran in November - December 2021. For more information, click here. To view the talks, click on the links below:

- Can Science Be Objective? (watch here, view the slides here)

- Reflexivity for Scientists

 - Research Integrity, Science Communication & Society 

- Bias in Research: Recognise it, Avoid it! (Part 1 & Part 2)

'Situated Hair: Entangled in Society & Science' Series

The 'Situated Hair' Series ran in July 2022. For more information, click here. To view the talks, click on the links below:

- The Cultural & Political Significance of Hair

- Hair Discrimination in the Workplace

 - Event Series -

 

Inclusive Research in Practice

6-part workshop series exploring how and why we research in the way that we do, and how we can make our research more equitable.

Register here

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