What Google and Academia Still Don't Understand About Safety

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Academics Take Note: Google had to realize the clear parallel of their data to Maslov's Hierarchy of Need. In throwing themselves a self congratulatory parade, they failed to compare their team's current successes to their team's potential success.

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It’s Not a One Size Fits All Approach: Best Practices for Engaging Minorities with SCD in Health Research

Tilicia Mayo-Gamble, PhD

World Sickle Cell Awareness Day is an opportunity to call attention to the need for engaging patients in health research.

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Creating Effective Infographics: An Interview with a Pro

Britteny Watson-Ivey

Studies show infographics are an effective way to reach a broader audience. We talked with a pro to find out how to make the most impactful infographics.

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Google Has a Powerful New Data Playground for PhDs and MDs to Target Patients, Individuals at Risk and Consumer Trends.

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Google Trends provides a powerful new platform to look at regional data using their search term database. Use it to figure out if your patients are getting the information they need and target ad campaigns more effectively.

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NIH to PIs: In Current Funding Climate, Three R01s Is Enough

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Last week, NIH announced a new initiative to keep struggling early and midcareer labs viable by capping the number of R01's any one PI could hold.

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Voices from the March for Science - Nashville

Pamela Hull, PhD

People from all walks of life were inspired to march for many reasons. Voices in Nashville conveyed five key themes about why science matters and pledged commitment to continue science communication and advocacy.

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Scientists Donate $8,000 to Kids STEM Education With Their March Madness Brackets

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Scientists start April outreach and engagement strong by raising $8,000 for kids STEM education by playing March Madness brackets with Donors Choose.

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Popular Young Scientist’s Post on Failure to Get Funding Goes Viral

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Brad Voytek should be the poster child for neuroscience. He’s smart, charismatic, does a ton of outreach, sports an impressive soul patch and works on difficult problems of how the brain synthesizes, organizes and initiates behavioral tasks. Brad is a computational neuroscientist who studies how complex signals are generated and coded within the brain to […]

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Why I WILL Be Marching For Science And Hope You Will, Too

Gordon Street, PhD

If we hope to counter the growth of anti-science in our electorate, science needs a champion and a grassroots movement. That's why I WILL be Marching for Science Aprill 22nd.

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How to Be Heard by Legislators about Proposed NIH Budget Cuts

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

A how-to guide for calling and writing your legislators about the proposed NIH budget cuts. Do it! Scientists are making a difference.

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