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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UT Health San Antonio Students Volunteer at San Antonio Food Bank

Together, with other community volunteers, UT Health San Antonio students packed 27,595 lbs of food (exceeding the goal of 25,000 lbs) and 2276 meals for those in need in 16 counties in Southwest Texas.
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VBTA Conference Allows Scientists To Share Science With Science Teachers

Over 200 K-12 science teachers attended the 7th Annual Voelcker Biosciences Teacher Academy (VBTA) Spring Conference.
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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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