The Scientific Observer Issue 22
In this issue, we embark on an investigative journey into the world of “predatory conferences”, and discuss how DNA sequencing can uncover the impact of colonialism and oppression on Native populations. This, and much more, in issue 22 of The Scientific Observer.
The Scientific Observer Issue 21
In this jam-packed issue of The Scientific Observer, we’re gifting you a deep dive into the past, present and future of science.
The Scientific Observer Issue 20
This month, The Scientific Observer features a conversation with structural biologist-turned-molecular artist Professor David Goodsell. We also confront recent controversy within the scientific community in our op-ed section, ask #SciTwitter where it's migrating to and celebrate International Day of LGBTQIA+ People in STEM 2022.
The Scientific Observer Issue 19
Issue 19 of The Scientific Observer, we ask: why are humans so obsessed with aging? Can we make anti-cancer drugs using microbes? How is LSD being tested to treat anxiety? And much more!
The Scientific Observer Issue 18
In issue 18, we’re explore critical challenges faced by our society and planet, including the emerging crisis of “forever“ chemicals, the psychedelics renaissance and the impact of bias in molecular biology research.
The Scientific Observer Issue 17
In this issue of The Scientific Observer, we explore the impact of research fraud on the Alzheimer’s disease research field, how we can look to protect our immunity rather than “boost” it and much more.
The Scientific Observer Issue 14
In issue 14 of The Scientific Observer, we dive into why the ocean is a treasure trove for novel drug compounds, ask how bioplatforms are supporting the mRNA "revolution" and explore everything you need to know about vitamin D.
The Scientific Observer Issue 13
In issue 13 of The Scientific Observer, we venture into a ketamine clinic to explore the frontiers of psychedelic therapy, investigate where a food's taste comes from and explore the need for a vaccine for a deadly, disfiguring virus.
The Scientific Observer Issue 12
Issue 12 of The Scientific Observer explores why we need to sequence all of Earth's eukaryotes to preserve biodiversity, the knowns and unknowns of the placebo response and much more!
The Scientific Observer Issue 11
Download this month's The Scientific Observer to learn more about how mental health diagnosis has evolved over the years, how we can "harbor" therapeutic genes in the human genome and much more.