Live panel discussion with Nobel Prize-winning co-inventor of CRISPR technology, Dr. Jennifer Doudna. Email look weird? View in browser
When you Picture a Scientist, who do you see?
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Dear Bea,

Nobel Prize-winning Dr. Jennifer Doudna (featured in the documentary Human Nature) and other leading scientists welcome your questions during our live online panel conversation on advancing diversity and inclusion in STEM.

Inspired by the award-winning documentary Picture a Scientist our discussion will focus on:
  • The experience of each panelist as leaders in their field. 
  • The journey and obstacles each overcame.
  • What the panelists identify as positive solutions that will allow for continued equity and inclusion within the scientific community and beyond. 
The conversation will be moderated by Editor in Chief for Scientific American, Dr. Laura Helmuth. Only the ninth Editor in Chief in the magazine’s 175-year history, Laura’s leadership and commitment to science journalism and storytelling makes her the ideal person to drive this candid conversation.

Meet Dr. Jennifer Doudna, scientists from the documentary, and a social scientist studying solutions.
Dr. Jennifer Doudna Biochemist and Nobel Prize-winning co-inventor of CRISPR technology
Dr. Jennifer Doudna, PhD is a biochemist at the University of California, Berkeley. Her groundbreaking development of CRISPR-Cas9  (read more…)
Picture a Scientist
Tribeca Film Festival, 2020
“Sweeping in scope yet intimately compelling.”- Science
Picture a Scientist is now available to watch in Academic Video Online 
The film chronicles the groundswell of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists. In the film, biologist Nancy Hopkins, chemist Raychelle Burks and geologist Jane Willenbring lead viewers on a journey deep into their own experiences in the sciences, ranging from harassment to years of subtle slights. Along the way, from cramped laboratories to spectacular field stations, we encounter scientific luminaries - including social scientists, neuroscientists and psychologists - who provide new perspectives on how to make science itself more diverse, equitable and open to all. 

The film will be an integral part of our live conversation on March 24th. Learn more.
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See you online, Wednesday, March 24 at 3 p.m. ET | 12 p.m. PT | 7 p.m. GMT 
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