Science communication, just based on the name, implies that the topic of conversation focuses on science. The problem with this is that in the midst of explaining research topics, lab techniques, and translational implications of results – all of which are important – the people behind the work get lost. The fact that science is not done … More Why science communication can’t just focus on science
If you’re looking for a movie to watch over this holiday weekend, I recommend you take the time to see The Light Between Oceans. It hit theaters today, and I had the opportunity to see an advance screening earlier this week. It’s based off a 2012 novel by the same name, and is set in … More The Light Between Oceans movie review
It’s once again time for Restaurant Week! From today until August 21, you can visit more than 60 restaurants to try special menus that each restaurant has put together for the week. To kickoff Restaurant Week a bit early and to celebrate, last week I got to sample the restaurant week menu from Bigham Tavern thanks … More Happy Restaurant Week!
When you’re 25 (like I am) and in grad school to be specializing in a field (like I am), the answer to “What do you want to be when you grow up?” should be a straightforward one- after all, you’ve decided to spend 5-6 (or more) years of your life training to be a scientist, … More You can be many things.
To help practice my French over the next few months, I’m going to do some upcoming posts in both English and French. I’m happy to take corrections to my French, in the comments🙂 Happy Bastille Day! I like to use this holiday as a grand excuse to indulge in French food. Last year I ate … More Bastille Day