C. Brandon Ogbunu, a New York City native, is a computational biologist at Yale University. His popular writing takes place at the intersection between sports, data science, and culture.
After moving from filmmaking to tattooing to graphic novels, he shares thoughts on race, art and alienation, with practical lessons for aspiring creatives
People of color are winning for off-camera work and in supporting roles, but the odds are longer for best actress and actor
Physicist Stephon Alexander on how being an outsider leads to better science
Were hip-hop lyrics influenced by Johnson, Eazy-E’s death and the arrival of the lifesaving drug cocktail?
New study shows more Black actors are nominated, even as behind-the-camera numbers lag
Scientists are using the league’s data to understand the delta variant and other topics
A new analysis of best picture nominees over the last seven years shows that racial and gender representation hasn’t changed all that much
As the pandemic wreaks havoc on the NCAA and NFL, the 2020-21 NBA season offers new hopes and fears
In the midst of a pandemic, a sports institution led with science and taught the world how to thrive in a time of great uncertainty
He drew from his experiences at the university during his meteoric rise in Hollywood
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