The Ability of Opportunity and Environment to Transform Futures

Amanda MuA±oz talks about starting a new chapter in her life.
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Lost in Translation: Politics, Science, and Bad Communication

Most people hailed the March for Science a success. While the turnout was nearly as impressive as the event's intentions, Ahsan Choudary believes that it may hurt science.
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Marching For Science Is About More Than Marching

National co-chair of the March for Science Dr. Jonathan M Berman writes about his reasons for organizing the march.
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Tales From AACR From Cancer Researcher Shih-Bo Huang

Shih-Bo Huang's research attracted attention from a group from Korea and they offered him an opportunity to collaborate.
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Cutting Mental Corners

Dr. Jonathan Berman talks about why scientists make mistakes.
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February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and researcher Liz Fisher explains what you need to know.
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A Scientist’s Reflection on the Election

Politics operates in a sphere of relative value, and if we allow science to be confused with politics, we run the risk of demeaning the value of our own research.
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Embracing foibles, follies, flaws, and failures

Disclaimer: This post is not about Science. Instead, it is a quick note about embracing failure.
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