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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.
SciCommer Interview: Bri Barbu, MS
Read our interview with science journalist Bri Barbu.
SciComm in History: Science Service (now the Society for Science)
Read about Science Service, a science communication initiative founded by a newspaper magnate and a scientist.
Tennis for More Than Two
Diversity in video games is profitable, but it is not catching up as fast as the evolving world. Why?
Journalism, Science, and Why It’s Good to Quit, Sometimes
Sheeva Azma talks about why it’s okay to quit things sometimes to make room for better stuff.
Scientists Push Back Against Retracted Nature Communications Study on Women PIs
In this article, originally published in The Xylom, Sheeva Azma talks about sexism in science.
Science Writing Was Worth It. It Just Took Longer Than I Thought.
Sheeva Azma shares her winding path to becoming a science writer.
10 Things I Learnt From Reading the COVID-19 Headlines
In this post, science communicator Adama Saccoh of The Catalyst in Me discusses the lessons she has learned from following COVID-19 news.