In the far future, a supervisor sits down with their graduate student on their first meeting. Supervisor: “You’re about to embark on an incredible journey. You will read lots of papers, and now these warnings are attached to nearly all of them.” Student: “Will I ever see one without a warning?” Supervisor: “I’ll put it this way: I still haven’t.”
It's summer and that means sweat. But why do we use all those antiperspirants and deodorants? Why are we so ashamed of a cooling bodily function? This week host Bethany Brookshire talks with Sarah Everts, author of the new book "The Joy of Sweat: The Strange Science of Perspiration".
Those astrologers know that getting the perfect domain name is the first step to appearing legitimate.
I can’t let any second or slide go to waste!
Isn’t it impressive how technology is self-aware enough to tell that you’re the problem?
I was invited to serve as the People’s Choice Judge for Canadian Science Publishing*’s 2021 Visualizing Science contest (which you can enter now!). In the course of launching the contest, CSP interviewed me about my take on creative approaches to visualizing science and doing science communication. Here are the cliff notes: I came to a … Continue reading Canadian Science Publishing interviews me about creative ways of doing science communication and sharing science
I was fascinated and delighted to join a group of researchers who used art (collages made by community members) to better understand what citizens in the United Kingdom want agricultural landscapes to look like post-Brexit. The published article clarifies that Brits want to look at bucolic landscapes, but perceive renewable energy infrastructure as more environmentally … Continue reading Article: Using collages & surveys to understand public opinion about managing agricultural landscapes
The University of Wyoming’s Grand Challenges initiative recently announced the winners of the first round of funding from this major university initiative. I am delighted to report that a project I am leading was one of the five projects selected. This press release provides a brief overview of all five projects. In short, our project … Continue reading IMPACT project receives UWyo Grand Challenges funding
Not pictured: The paper cited in the original work that simply says, “In preparation”, with no other identifying information.
Recent & quick self-portrait from a photo I took a few months back. Procreate. You can find the making-of video on my new TikTok. Mr. Mellow, 2021, Procreate I’ve been joking that the arms in the drawing are aspirational. Here’s the original photo.