In the laboratories, fields, and minds of women and girls in science, we find the architects of tomorrow, building a world where curiosity for knowledge knows no gender.
How your brain holds the key to unlocking your potential and achieving goals, even when facing tasks you'd rather avoid.
This was a humbling experience, as I had the opportunity to meet my mentor's mentor.
My thoughts on South Africa’s scientific journey: a blend of indigenous wisdom and modern advancements shaping a unique societal identity and global progress.
I’m captivated by the intersection of graph theory and network neuroscience - a fascinating juncture that allows us to analyze and comprehend the complex communication pathways of our brain.
Understanding of the OxyContin crisis and the urgent need for scientific truth to address such societal challenges.
Opening doors to new possibilities, collaborations, and knowledge in the realm of brain research.
Learning about the work on discovering novel antibiotics from microbial dark matter was a profound experience for me.
Discover the remarkable story of Rosalind Franklin,and the inspiration she provides for girls in science.
a collection of science writers' commentary on science literature along with great thinkers.
A leading neuroendocrinologist, explains stress in this lively and entertaining, yet highly informative book.
With its unique three-dimensional representation and analysis capabilities, this technology gives us a more real view of the cell world.
That's here. That's home. That's us.
As a scientist reveals the surprising benefits of a good night's sleep, you’ll never think of your bed in the same way.
The final book from Stephen Hawking addresses some of our universe’s most fundamental questions from a uniquely humanist perspective.
“Sterilizing immunity” is may not be totally necessary to limit COVID’s spread.
This is a book I read, re-read, and plan to un-read.
We are stardust brought to life, then empowered by the universe to figure itself out – and we have only just begun.
Machine learning has immense potential to enhance diagnostic and intervention research in the behavioral sciences and there are also challenges that need to be overcome.