Read about the Belmont Report, a document that provides ethical guidelines for human subjects researchers.
In 1906, two scientists, Camillo Golgi and Santiago Ramón y Cajal, won the Nobel Prize for visualizing and drawing nerve cells.
You can use informational interviewing to get a job, change careers, or advance in your current role.
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Learn about “neurohacking” in this review of Elizabeth Ricker’s book, Smarter Tomorrow.
Diversity in video games is profitable, but it is not catching up as fast as the evolving world. Why?
Learn about ways scientists can use political communications strategies to combat misinformation in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Good science communication can reduce vaccine hesitancy in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read an opinion piece that Sheeva Azma pitched unsuccessfully to the MIT Technology Review about the events happening on Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021.
Sheeva Azma talks about why it’s okay to quit things sometimes to make room for better stuff.