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A Conversation About Implicit Bias In Science Communities and Other Meritocracies

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Former Berkeley Lab Director Paul Alivisatos recently interviewed Joan Williams, a UC Hastings professor of law and an internationally recognized expert on gender issues in the workplace. She talked about “in-group favoritism,” her gender bias bingo game, and how bias can be interrupted. MORE >

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Panorama: Many voices, Many Perspectives

Christopher Payne, Buildings and Industrial Applications Department Head, Energy Technologies Area, mentors college student "externs" from his alma mater Carleton College. He has also represented the Lab at the Society for Advancing Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Diversity in STEM Conference. Payne was photographed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 in Berkeley, Calif. 11/09/16

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For Christopher Payne, Mentoring Native American Students Means Better Science
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Honoring Military Veterans
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Newton Nguyen’s Vision Loss Doesn’t Slow Him Down
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Berkeley Lab Recognizes National Hispanic Heritage Month
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