Jess Wade on Chiral Materials, Open Knowledge, and Representation in STEM | Conversations with Tyler

Jessica Wade, a physicist at Imperial College London, delves into her work on chiral materials and their potential applications in semiconductors and quantum technology.

She also discusses her efforts to correct gender and racial biases in STEM through her Wikipedia contributions and public engagement activities.

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