It is a truth universally acknowledged that a scientist with the good fortune to be doing fieldwork must be in want of a stick. Sticks are multifaceted, easy to use, functional tools that happen to be conveniently lying around on the ground (in most places). Yet, they come in as many shapes and sizes as there are stars in the sky. How ever is one to choose? Continue reading “A Concise Guide to Field Sticks”
Here are a few fun (and rather rude, consider yourself warned) imaginings of what adorable little woodland creatures might actually be saying. Continue reading “Crude critter comics”
Way back in August 2017 when we hosted the IAmSciComm account, I said something that struck a nerve and generated some discussion… that the word storytelling and science don’t play well together. Hardly the first time this conversation was had on Twitter! Case in point, it happened again this weekend. And I still have thoughts. So here they are!
We love flowers! Then again, who doesn’t?
We thought we’d try something new with this graphic. Instead of discussing a whole research paper, we focus just on the title! This graphic dismantles, examines, and rebuilds the title of a recently published paper. Continue reading “Title translation: Bird personality”
Think belugas are super cute? Interested in some armchair research? Continue reading “Beluga Bits citizen science”
Ladies and Germs (and whoever else is reading),
We made a coloring book. And not just any coloring book. Continue reading “[Lab] Microscopic coloring book”