skip to Main Content
This is the cover of the book Atlas of the Invisible: Maps and graphics that will change how you see the world by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti.

Book Review: Atlas of the Invisible

Normally, I wouldn't expect to be reading an "atlas" for work. But, when Evelina Judeikyte called Atlas of the Invisible "one of [her] favourite discoveries this year!," I had to check it out. And I'm so glad I did! When…

Read more
The presence of well-maintained trees is associated with less aggression, violence, and criminal activity in households and neighborhoods. Drawing of tree filled with hearts, smiley faces, and peace signs. Source: Turner-Skoff and Cavender, 2019, the benefits of trees for livable and sustainable communities. In the journal Plans, People, Planet, volume 1, pages 323 to 335.

Recap: SciArt September

Remember when I posted about my love for art supplies? Well, last month, artists Liz Butler and Glendon Mellow gave me a great excuse to use them and call it work: Often, science art focuses on the natural sciences. And…

Read more
This is an image of a nametag that says Hello! I'm a scientist.

Social Science IS Science!

I recently had virtual visits with two 10th-grade biology classes. This prompted some reminiscing about my own time in high school. Back then, I never would’ve guessed that I’d be a scientist one day. The main reason? I didn’t (and…

Read more
Back To Top