Interview

Ebrahim Afshinnekoo

Ebrahim Afshinnekoo

  In my experience, scientists are some of the most passionate individuals I’ve met. They love the work they do and devote their lives to pursuing whatever research they’re interested in. Between my undergraduate education at CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Queens College, research at […]

Taylor Floyd

Taylor Floyd

Science can be quite challenging, but that’s what makes it so great. Good things don’t come easy, and I figured that out while working in my undergraduate lab in Dayton, OH. I was attempting to label a specific protein in the spinal cord with an […]

Christine Marizzi

Christine Marizzi

  I’ve done science my whole life even if it wasn’t called science. At 14 or 15 I learned about botany. My dad was a bio teacher, he knew every plant. My grandmother taught me a lot about the herbs she was growing in her […]

Evon Hekkala

Evon Hekkala

Recently, people seem to have a hard time linking their everyday experiences to what they think of as science. What we really need now is to remember how science was done for most of its history: the people conducting “research” and publishing papers-those people were […]

Learning to #FailBetter

Learning to #FailBetter

The impact of science on our society is undeniable. Yet, most typically engage with science at the very end of the scientific process, seeing a scientific output as something that is powerful, high-profile, and very polished. However, our current ways of consuming science do not […]