Students at the Polish-Japanese Academy of IT in Warsaw (Poland) created a suite of manuals for building BabyLegs.
We have created a consent form that builds and fosters good relations, rather than sever and thin out relations like a media release or waiver.
These datasets are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This means you are free to: Share — copy … More
CLEAR is a feminist and anti-colonial laboratory. But what does that mean?
CLEAR and Let’s Talk Science have created guides on how to build and use marine plastic research devices in classrooms from grade 7-12.
This 20-minute video offers an overview of the tools, practices, and ethics that underpin our feminist science.
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We are holding this open public meeting to share findings on plastics in food cod, and receive feedback from attendees on how we might proceed in the future. Everyone is welcome!
While universities have animal ethics, the values university ethics are based upon are not necessarily Indigenous or feminist values, such as equity, humility, respect, or sovereignty…
Microplastics can easily disappear between rocks when beaches aren’t sandy. We are working to develop the Fogo Protocol