An entertaining talk from Jia Jiang about an experiment he conducted to learn about rejection and how to embrace these experiences to find opportunity.
3D printing could help blind researchers ‘see’ data.
Spectacular art on a nano scale (requires access to specialist chemicals, compounds and tools, but hey, why not?).
Proponents embrace LaTeX because of the total control it offers for document layout.
Explaining the complexity of time, past, present and future, using a short, engaging animation.
How to blow your own horn, without embarrassment or apology. Like it or not, self-promotion is one of the best tools for people to get ahead in the workplace.
In 2006, a new definition of “planet” meant Pluto got demoted, which still causes debate today. Read this to understand what it’s all about.
Listen to the reaction of these scientists when they find a bigfin squid – a deep sea creature rarely sighted.
There are more tools than just PowerPoint to create your science images, and they don’t take a degree in design to use.
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