As someone who has experienced their fair share of uncomfortable conversations and embarrassing moments at research conferences, job fairs and networking events galore. Who better than me, to provide advice on how to network as an awkward scientist.
Is choosing to binge watch Netflix till 4 in the morning in my genes? Join me as I investigate the science behind being a night owl in a world of early risers.
Like the title says, ratios, ratios and more ratios. But before we jump into it, there are a few concepts I would like to clarify.
At the size of a small SUV and weighing in at over 2,000 pounds, there was little that could stand in its path – or so we thought.
Large white forehead patches used to be a “sexy” trait in male collared flycatchers, but now they have become a major survival disadvantage.
But beyond the intricate story-telling and the mesmerizing near-death CGI scenes, I was pulled into the series for the same reason I was pulled into a career as a scientist. I needed to know the truth. Can scientists believe in an afterlife?
The University of Alberta offers a Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) seminar that allows Biology 207 students the opportunity to engage with the material presented in class. Attending the seminars can be enormously helpful as it is an interactive way to test the material and skills learned during class.