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Training the Next Generation of Indigenous Data Scientists

Wednesday 30 June 2021 | Written by The New York Times | Published in Features, In Depth

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Training the Next Generation of Indigenous Data Scientists
Krystal Tsosie, a genetics researcher at Vanderbilt University and a member of the Navajo Nation, at Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz. on June 23, 2021. A new workshop explores the right of Indigenous people to govern the collection, ownership and use of their biological and cultural data. (Tomás Karmelo Amaya/The New York Times)

A new workshop explores the right of Indigenous people to govern the collection, ownership and use of their biological and cultural data. By Sabrina Imbler from the New York Times.

A new workshop explores the right of Indigenous people to govern the collection, ownership and use of their biological and cultural data. By Sabrina Imbler from the New York Times.


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