Rather, the political left seems to be advocating a more equal application of social and biological research in policy and beyond. The core of the issue is the question about why subjects like gender studies and other humanities are disregarded compared to subjects like biology, when both have just as much importance and intellectual support behind them.
Basically, why was diversity discussed from a biological lens at the panel? Where was the panel discussing from the lens of the humanities?
An emphasis on exclusively one side of research, the biological, is inherently harmful because it lacks the depth needed to fully understand what new research may imply for the world.