Our mission is to assist early-career scientists from underrepresented communities through mentoring programs and scholarships to promote diversity in the sciences to further equity, international collaboration, and innovative research.
Over the last several years, we’ve experienced a global health crisis, a devastating economic downturn, and social unrest. But we can trust that out of these tough times, positive change and renewal are just around the corner. A spotlight on racial injustice and inequality brings about social progress. Bringing the climate crisis to center stage gives rise to environmental innovation. And attention to the importance of science produces a greater number of talented scientists. But we know that talent doesn’t equal opportunity. That’s why Dimensions Sciences was formed. We want to elevate diverse perspectives and provide opportunities for future and early-career scientists from underrepresented backgrounds. But we can’t do it without your help.
Image: Romulo Neris, Ph.D, Task Force COVID-19 Scholar 2020
We're excited to release our Foundational Report. It covers the first two years of programming since our founding in 2019. Check the impact supporters like you have made through Dimensions Sciences.'s scholarships, awards, mentoring and educational programs.
We want to feature you and your work to give a platform to emerging scientists and inspire future innovators. We hope to share different stories, career paths, and perspectives and provide emerging researchers experience with science communication.
Reach out to us to get involved!
Jornal Nacional (Most watched TV news in Brazil) broadcasted a story about Dimensions Sciences scholarships featuring our founder Marcia Fournier and two Dimensions Sciences Scholars Glaucia Rigotto and Rômulo Neris.
See transcript in English here
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