We can spend a lot of time thinking and discussing, but in the case of accessibility, those affected must be first on the list to consult. It’s important to keep this at the forefront of our minds even more when it comes to young people, who are often overlooked for their opinions. With STEAM still top of the agenda for many, we applaud Science magazine’s work to garner imaginative and relevant solutions.

What one thing would you change about the training or careers in your field to improve accessibility for people with visible and/or invisible disabilities?

Science magazine asked young scientists this question, and received a range of answers.

Read the article on Science magazine.

Posted by:Sophie Sabin

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