HERE AT THE XYLOM, WE LOVE STORYTELLING.

 

We create personal stories of science and humanity.

We tackle three questions:

  1. ​"How do we make science look more like us?"

  2. ​"How are scientists shaped by what happens outside of the lab?"

  3. ​"How do people respond to the changing world through science?"

We know great things happen when we connect scientists with people. We're glad that you're part of the movement!

All scientists are humans. Humans tell stories.
The Xylom is the place for scientists to tell their stories. #xforxylom

WE ARE RECOGNIZED INTERNATIONALLY.

We've been featured by top-tier institutions, republished by industry publications, and shortlisted for awards. That's because we are committed to changing the world one personal story at a time.

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AWARDS AND AFFILIATIONS

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2019 Finalist

Fall 2019 Finalist

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2019 Semifinalist

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Class of 2019

WE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD TOGETHER.

Sharing personal stories of science and humanity takes courage. But when you take the leap of faith, not only are you impacting the lives of your readers, you can experience personal growth, build your community, and improve your communication skills. See what our audience has to say: 

 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

[Editor Alex Ip] LISTENS without pushback and worked carefully and conscientiously to make my piece stronger. It doesn’t take perfection to support Black People. It takes willingness to listen & work WITH us.

Emmanuel (Mani) Garcia, Doctoral Researcher,

CUNY John Jay College for Criminal Justice

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