I was in a car with some friends a few weeks ago and found out that one of them had spent their own money on
I got married during my PhD, after I had published my first paper and presented at conferences. I deliberated for years about what to do
This post is contributed by Lucy Mitchell, who taught at a coding bootcamp before working as a developer in health tech (https://birdie.care/). She also occasionally
This is a guest post by Michael Asghar, a post-doc at the University of Nottingham who is currently using high-field fMRI to study changes in
This is a guest post by Rhiannon Lunney, a PhD student in theoretical physics at Cardiff University. She is studying at an 80% rate to
This is an anonymous piece about making conferences better for autistic people, and is part of a series we are working on about kinder conferences.