Rachel Murray investigates how the environmentalist movement may be blaming the wrong people for environmental degradation…
Sakina Amin takes a look at the life of a child prodigy who went on to become a famed nuclear scientist.
Indi Lacey looks at the life of the first Black woman to earn an M.D. degree.
The curriculum in schools is said to be forward-thinking and comprehensive. So why is it that Black history is being forgotten? Or are we choosing to forget it?
As an English student and avid reader, it is my belief that the best way to understand someone else’s experience is to read about it. Even books which are fictional can educate us.
Morwenna Davies takes a look at the life and achievements of “The Peanut Man”.
Scratching the surface of systemic racism within medicine.
A delve into the reasons why the achievements of Black scientists have not been recognised by the Nobel Prize.
Kate Hall celebrates four formidable African-American scientists who fought racial and gender biases in their field.
Beth Powell discusses how eugenics can be racist, and whether this still exists in modern day science.
Lina takes a closer look at black characters in TV and Film
Who was Henrietta Lacks and why are her cells some of the most famous in science?