Some self-reflection on how music and math shaped my career choices as the end of the first year of my postdoc comes to a close.
A lot of people where I come from view diversity as a political thing. Some people think that having recruiting or retention preferences don't contribute to anything but some abstract social ideal. I've seen several things firsthand that counter that idea, but wanted to share one experience that specifically involves math (because its "objective"). I… Continue reading Diversity is good for science: Math and the status quo
The stereotype of math is of a white-haired professor writing equations on a blackboard. Usually the professor doesn't care about real life or applications. But math is a really broad field. Made by Dominic Walliman. You can purchase here, and download different dimensions here. In the above map, different theoretical or 'pure' concepts have their… Continue reading Map of mathematics: applications to biology and beyond