LOL, FTW, BYOB, DNA, GMO, MRI… Do you recognize these acronyms? Can you define them? Better yet, do you know what their importance or applications are? Acronyms are becoming increasingly popular in today’s culture, and science is no different! Mix in all those science terms … Continue reading DNA, MRI, & GMOs, OH MY! An introduction to the blog.
Hey everyone, I am back with a short interlude for some science fun about fall and why we see all these new colors on trees! Next post will DEFINETLY be part two of the climate change series! If you are lucky enough to grow up … Continue reading Fall reveals hidden colors
Fake news? Fake science? Fake government. *Hey Folks, I am back with a more unconventional post today! This was written for my science writing and communication fellowship I recently (!!) got accepted into. I feel strongly about this though and thought I would share it … Continue reading There is a lot of government in my science these days!
Hey everyone, I’m back! Today I want to talk to you about a topic of immense importance to all of us, or (at least) to convince you that this is something you should be concerned about and actively thinking about. And also to talk about … Continue reading Clarifying the questions about climate change. Part I: What is climate change?
“In order to innovate, it’s not enough to just come up with big ideas, you also need to work hard to communicate them clearly.” Greg Satell, Forbes In my previous post, we discussed how improper communication can lead to misinterpretation and strife. To form our … Continue reading The science behind emotions
Hey All! I am back with part II of my last post where we talked about the science of learning. Today, I want to discuss a big problem that I feel very strongly about. As you may have guessed from the title, this problem relates … Continue reading Bridging the gap between science and the public!
SCIENCE. A small word that means so much, and has so many different connotations. To a scientist, it is the center of importance in their lives. To a non-scientist, it may represent the advances that are being made in various fields. To many, it can … Continue reading How do we learn?