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Category Archives: General Interest
The Easy-To-Understand ChatGPT Explainer That It Could Never Write Itself
Sheeva Azma explains how ChatGPT works.
Science Reporting Needs Less Hype, More Analysis
What happens when scientists’ research reports are hyped up in the news?
Can the laws of physics help scientists write better?
Sheeva reviews a new science writing textbook, Subatomic Writing, and also interviews author Jamie Zvirzdin.
Stephanie Bice and A Tale of Two Iranian-Oklahomans
Given the politically polarized times in which we live, maybe it’s no surprise that two friends have opposing views of Rep. Stephanie Bice.
The Time Machine–Nothing Prepared Me for the Distortion of Time and Space on a Submarine
US Navy veteran David Chetlain recounts his experience living on a submarine.
Using SciComm to Tackle Information Poverty and Digital Divides
Read about ways SciComm can be used to tackle the interrelated problems of information poverty and the digital divide.
Why You Should Care about Information Poverty in the Digital Age
Learn about information poverty and ways it is worsened by the digital divide.
A Scientist in Politics, Part 7: The 2022 midterm elections
Sheeva Azma talks about her work organizing for the 2022 midterm elections in part seven of this seven-part series, “A Scientist in Politics.”
A Scientist in Politics, Part 6: Why can’t I stay away from politics?
Sheeva Azma talks about her tendency to gravitate toward working in politics despite the odds in part six of this seven-part series, “A Scientist in Politics.”