Resource of the Week: “Lady Science” journal (resource & publishing opportunity)

Lady Science is an independent magazine that focuses on the history of women and gender in science, technology, and medicine, and provides an accessible and inclusive platform for writing about women on the web. The editors write, “In the spirit of the lady scientists of the past, as we work to recover their complex and … Continue reading Resource of the Week: “Lady Science” journal (resource & publishing opportunity)

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Resource of the Week: Is there any evidence linking creativity and mood disorders

“The Romantic stereotype that creativity is enhanced by a mood disorder is dangerous, and dissolves under careful scrutiny.” from @aeonmag As we've recently shared, stereotypes about who is or can be a scientist, who is or can be an artist, and how stereotypes of creativity play into these identities can be problematic. That's why Christa … Continue reading Resource of the Week: Is there any evidence linking creativity and mood disorders

Resource of the Week: CLIPS website teaches core communication skills for science professions

CLIPS: Communication Learning in Practice for Scientists CLIPS is a website focused on communication skills common in the sciences - writing, presentations, posters, graphing, etc. The website features interactives, tips, checklists, videos, and more. The authors of the site, all faculty at University of Queensland, say, “As scientists, we all know the importance of communicating … Continue reading Resource of the Week: CLIPS website teaches core communication skills for science professions