Whether she’s reconstructing the Pleistocene world or advocating for a more inclusive science community, Jacquelyn Gill is all about interdisciplinary approaches.
Hortense Dodo has pioneered a process for engineering safer peanuts that can prevent deadly reactions.
As executive director of the First Nations Technology Council, Denise Williams wants to equalize the digital playing field for BC’s Indigenous communities.
Author and activist Tristram Stuart has launched campaigns, new businesses, and community events to stop nations from squandering food.
Joshua Browder created DoNotPay to help people fight parking tickets, and hopes to make the platform a resource for all kinds of legal issues.
Harlo Holmes helps journalists learn how to use the anonymous whistleblower platform SecureDrop and how to stay safe online.
Britt Marie Hermes became disenchanted with naturopathy when she saw profits being valued over patients.
Yuly Fuentes-Medel hopes to communicate the value of science across disciplines, cultures, and peoples.
Bioni Samp translates bee behaviors and sounds into electronic music to help raise awareness of the ecological issues threatening them.
Mark Halpern and his team are in a race against time to study dark energy's role in the expansion of our universe.
Lindley Johnson is NASA’s Planetary Defense Officer and in many ways, the fate of the Earth rests in his hands. But he’s not stressed about it.
Last year, scientists created a time crystal for the first time in a lab. It wouldn’t have been possible without the theories of Chetan Nayak.