Author: Josh


Understanding is what you eat

If there ever were a phrase to reap guilt out of those last few bites of greasy chips or fries, it must be you are what you eat. For myself, that must mean my blood...


SciComm: Alternative(s to) facts

Not all that long ago the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a whopping 152 page report on the need for and complications involved in communicating science (“SciComm”) effectively (for a shorter,...


Highlight: Joining the #SciParty

Out of all the nooks and crannies of the web, the place where I often see the most exciting and unique ways science “gets out there” has to be on Twitter. And that seems...