COVID made many of us DIGITAL NOMADS overnight — through the means of technology working location independently. It will take collaboration to create a more equitable world — acknowledging and celebrating the positive impacts of those across sectors, industries, and cultures is critical.
Aerospace Trailblazers, recently released by Springer Publishing, with a profile of scientist Tresa Pollock. The original in-depth impactmania interview formed a foundation for the feature! Reference # 28.
Troy Campbell from Stampede's Know, Like, Trust Podcast in the U.S. interviews Paksy Plackis-Cheng in Berlin, Germany about how she founded impactmania.
"Science cannot be sectorial or monothematic but rather interdisciplinary" explains Giulia Grancini, who has chosen to invite leading researchers and world experts with a global vision in the fields of research and technologies applied to the green economy to the Festival’s “Virtual Duets”.
People have a really one-sided view of what's happening in the world. That breeds polarization. Plus, when they want to do something, they feel hopeless. They think, “I can't. What am I going to do?” They don't know there are people making a difference, let alone connecting with the people who are driving change.
Communication has a fundamental role in making people understand the importance of research and the complex topics covered. Women who are working in these fields are stirring up stereotypes by demonstrating their skills. They are an example for all of us to follow.
It's not my generation that will change the world, but you! We need to start sharing ideas and collaborate beyond our immediate networks of people to achieve goals together.