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Anabas, Inc. is a San Francisco, CA based company that has received a grant(s) from the Department of Energy's SBIR/STTR program. The abstract(s) for these grant award(s) are provided as well since they provide insights into Anabas, Inc.'s business and areas of expertise. Fusion energy is being developed by nationally and internationally distributed teams that require new powerful tools to share in real-time the data needed to control experiments at expensive fusion facilities. This project will develop the needed interactive control environment that leverages approaches with sustainable commercial bases in science and digital entertainment.
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Jun 27, 2021
In June 1969, a series of riots began in response to a police raid on an LGBTQ+ friendly bar, the Stonewall Inn in New York City. More than half a century later, much has changed for the better and we now celebrate Global Pride Day on the 27th June. However, across the world people in the LGBTQ+ community still face inequality and lack of understanding from peers and colleagues. Homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia are still seen across traditional and social media. In healthcare, LGBT individuals face inequalities in terms of access to services, clinical outcomes, and experience. Anabas works hard to improve equality across every aspect of our organisation. However, we are also aware that without having directly experienced many forms of inequality, we still have much to learn. This was our motivation for establishing our Diversity and Inclusion forum. We launched our D&I forum in April with the intention of empowering our employees to be their full and authentic selves. Our work is initially to educate ourselves fully about workplace practices and structures that can influence inequality. The forum members work across a number of our client sites but come together monthly to discuss and review the work and are in contact as often as possible. We are beginning by reaching out to advocates and charities to better understand issues such as those facing the LGBTQ+ community, what we can do better, and how we can support all our employees right from the start of their time with us. This learning is then shared through the company through managerial training. Topics cover LGBTQ+ history as well as current challenges that employees may face. “It wasn’t until 1991 that the World Health Organisation stopped listing homosexuality as a mental illness and only now is our government laying out plans to ban conversion therapy.” Members of the forum shared what learnings have stuck with them. “It’s unbelievable. For the majority of people in work, being queer was pathologized for most of their life.” There are so many things that I’ve never personally had to think about, but I’ve learned about from being part of the forum,” Dale, a floor captain at Anabas shared. “We’ve discussed sharing pronouns and helping transgender employees’ transition between the bathrooms they are more comfortable using. These things can be more complex as many employees are based on client sites so we can’t simply opt to move to gender neutral toilets, for example. It’s been a huge learning curve in many ways but it’s a privilege to know I can help to make a difference.” Share:
Anabas Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Anabas's headquarters?
Anabas's headquarters is located at 440 Davis Court, San Francisco.
What is Anabas's latest funding round?
Anabas's latest funding round is Grant.
How much did Anabas raise?
Anabas raised a total of $2M.
Who are the investors of Anabas?
Investors of Anabas include U.S. Department of Energy.
Who are Anabas's competitors?
Competitors of Anabas include Advanced Power, XIA, Deep Web Technologies, Energy Future Holdings, Lawrenceville Plasma Physics and 13 more.
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