Sheeva Azma talks about why it’s okay to quit things sometimes to make room for better stuff.
Is a difficult-to-understand writing style driving away science-minded audiences?
In this article, originally published in The Xylom, Sheeva Azma talks about sexism in science.
In this post, science communicator Adama Saccoh of The Catalyst in Me discusses the lessons she has learned from following COVID-19 news.
Learn about how to affect political change in Washington, D.C. in Sheeva Azma’s guide to effective science advocacy on Capitol Hill.
In this post, learn about issues of diversity and inclusion in the Nobel Prizes.
As a student of science, you have many career opportunities beyond working in the ivory tower which you may not have even considered. Learn about alternative careers in science in this post by Sheeva Azma and Nidhi Parekh.
In this post, Kelly Tabbutt of Fancy Comma, LLC helps readers understand the importance of science literacy to understand the world around you and be able to easily spot fake news, misinformation, or pseudoscience.
Gain advice from the science communication experts about how to write clearly and effectively about science in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about how to communicate science effectively on social media sites such as Twitter in this article by Fancy Comma, LLC’s Sheeva Azma, a scientist and science writer.