In science, being green can be challenging but one not-for-profit organization are trying to do something to fix that. Hear about the ACT label initiative, an eco-labeling system like food nutritional label,for laboratory products enabling scientists to understand the environmental impact of a product and its packaging and make informed choices.READ MORE
Inner Speech, Internal Monologues and “Hearing Voices”: Exploring the Conversations Between Our EarsArticle
We don’t often outwardly discuss the conversation in our head. New research has aimed to better define what our "inner speech" is and what areas of the brain are responsible for it.READ MORE
Ever wonder what happens in your brain to make the switch between exhaustion and over-caffeination after a few cups of coffee? New research has teased out information about "brain states" and how changes in our neurons' activity and synchronization drive these switches in our brain and behavior.READ MORE
Adventure sports materials provider NOVA has spent decades making safety equipment. But the recent COVID-19 pandemic has seen the Austrian company repurpose their products to fight viruses rather than prevent skydiving accidents.
It is an extraordinary time, but it is not an excuse for lowering scientific standards, argue Professor Jonathan Kimmelman, McGill University, and Professor Alex John London, Carnegie Mellon University, in a Policy Forum published in the journal Science . Technology Networks spoke with Kimmelman in a recent interview to gain his insights on research exceptionalism.READ MORE
In a recent interview with Technology Networks, Marcus Walker and Matthew Donora from Open Cell, a startup lab facility in London that has created testing labs inside shipping containers, explained in greater detail exactly why testing is so important to combating a pandemic.READ MORE
We speak with Dr Joe Hanson from “It’s Okay to Be Smart” about some of the lessons that we can learn from the coronavirus pandemic.READ MORE