Meet the winner of our SfN 2021 Prize Draw! Wei Wen is a postdoc at Brandeis University, USA. Find out more about Wei’s research and the scientist she admires most...
Meet our latest Early Career Scientist Grant winner! Cecilia is a postdoc working in Gustavo Murer’s lab at the IFIBIO Houssay - UBA CONICET, Argentina. Find out more about Cecilia, and what she plans to spend her grant money on...
Jazmine I. Benjamin is a Biomedical Sciences PhD candidate at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. We spoke to Jazmine about her current research, her thoughts on diversity in science and her passion for science communication.
That’s right life scientists, it’s that time of year again - our Lab Heroes AwardsTM are back for 2021. These awards are your chance to celebrate the scientists who make a real difference to you, your life, and your work. Find out how to nominate your Lab Hero!
Meet our latest Early Career Scientist Grant winner! Luz is a doctoral student, working in Tomas Strandin’s lab in the virology department at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Find out more about Luz, and what she plans to spend her grant money on...
Dr Enitome Bafor is a postdoctoral research fellow at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and was the overall winner of our Lab Heroes Awards in 2018. We caught up with Enitome to find out how her career is progressing and what she is working on currently.
It’s Black History Month in the UK and we’re taking the opportunity to say a big thank you to the inspiring black scientists who have contributed to, or been featured on our blog. Black people are still underrepresented in STEM and we're grateful to the brilliant scientists who've shared their knowledge and advice with us over the years.
It’s Black History Month in the UK, and we’re using our platform to celebrate ten incredible black scientists whose work is not only changing the world, but who are also leading the way for diversity and racial equality in STEM.
Looking for a new science podcast to listen to? We’ve got plenty of recommendations in our Podcasts by Scientists series! This time we’re taking a closer look at Science Rehashed, a podcast dedicated to making science and scientific breakthroughs more accessible.
Raphael Goutaudier is a third year PhD student at the Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences in France. We spoke to him about his current research into addiction, his future career plans and the lessons he has learned so far.