Thank you for registering for our live panel discussion on March 24th with Dr. Jennifer Doudna and other leading female scientists on the topic advancing diversity and inclusion in STEM. Now it's time to get the conversation started by watching the documentary, Picture a Scientist.

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How to Access Picture a Scientist

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About the Film

Picture a Scientist: This documentary chronicles how through courage, perseverance and solidarity, women in the sciences have overcome brutal harassment and institutional discrimination in their fields. Meet a biologist, chemist and geologist who share their harrowing – and ultimately rewarding – experiences to advance scientific research and discovery by exposing gender inequalities. Come away with a deeper understanding of why we all need to become advocates for diverse representation, access and inclusion in STEM. Watch the trailer.

Tribeca Film Festival, 2020

“Sweeping in scope yet intimately compelling.” - Science

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