A Spectrum of Scientists, a Rainbow of Researchers


Discovering that visible light is made up of a spectrum of colors is one of the first and most inspiring things we learn in science. That same spectrum of colors is then used throughout many fields of science to help us understand our world.

To celebrate LGBT Pride Month (aka Gay Pride), we put together a post with information and resources by, for, and about the LGBTQA community and science, technology, engineering, and math (aka STEM). As far as we're concerned, there is and always be a little ROYGBIV in all science. Lucky for us, the world of STEM is as diverse as any other community.

Blogs
Queer in STEM

Conferences & Events
oSTEM Annual Conference | Nov 7-9, 2014 | Atlanta
Out to Innovate Summit | Nov 8-9, 2014 | Atlanta

General STEM
Out4STEM (Philadelphia)
oSTEM
Out in Tech
NOGLSTP

Field-Specific Resources
LGBTPM+ (UPenn Medicine)
Nuclear Pride (Nuclear Engineering)

Online Articles & Posts
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>> Looking for more rainbows? Check out our See Spectrum Project.

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