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Who HASN’T gotten the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (and why)?
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is the highest prize in the life sciences. Is it also a celebration of toxic science culture?
Interview with Sheeva Azma, Science Communicator
Read Julie Ann Howlett’s interview with Sheeva about being a woman in science, science copywriting, and other interesting and sometimes difficult topics.
3 Ways Being a Cognitive Neuroscientist Makes Me a Great Communicator
Read about ways Sheeva Azma’s neuroscience background helps her be a great communicator.
The Belmont Report: Ensuring Ethical Human Subjects Research
Read about the Belmont Report, a document that provides ethical guidelines for human subjects researchers.
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.
Science’s Exclusionary Language: Why Jargon May Be Driving Away Your Audience
Is a difficult-to-understand writing style driving away science-minded audiences?
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.
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.
How to Promote Science on Capitol Hill
Learn about how to affect political change in Washington, D.C. in Sheeva Azma’s guide to effective science advocacy on Capitol Hill.