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The 2021 Power List is Live!

For us, the ninth iteration of The Power List feels particularly special because it coincides with our 100th issue – thanks again to everyone who has joined us on the journey! In the spirit of tradition and harmony, we’ve returned to our original 2013 format of 100 names. As ever, we recognize that no such list can be definitive, but we certainly hope you will find it inspirational. Take a look at the list here. 

If you’re feeling nostalgic, you may wish to compare this year’s List to 2013; some faces are familiar – but there are also plenty of new ones, including analytical scientists from 2014’s Top 40 Under 40, 2016’s Top 50 Women, and 2020’s “Around the World” Power Lists. One question we get asked (and ask ourselves) every year is: How representative is The Power List? Notably, there were no women ranked in the Top 20 back in 2013. So, have things changed? And, if so, have they changed enough? Read on! 

What do you think of the 2021 Power List? I’d love to hear your thoughts at: [email protected] 

Click here to read the 2021 Power List

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About the Author
James Strachan

Over the course of my Biomedical Sciences degree it dawned on me that my goal of becoming a scientist didn’t quite mesh with my lack of affinity for lab work. Thinking on my decision to pursue biology rather than English at age 15 – despite an aptitude for the latter – I realized that science writing was a way to combine what I loved with what I was good at.

From there I set out to gather as much freelancing experience as I could, spending 2 years developing scientific content for International Innovation, before completing an MSc in Science Communication. After gaining invaluable experience in supporting the communications efforts of CERN and IN-PART, I joined Texere – where I am focused on producing consistently engaging, cutting-edge and innovative content for our specialist audiences around the world.

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