Scientists have been responsible for the most important and ground-breaking discoveries and inventions throughout history, and we’ve taken a moment to highlight some of the most significant, as chosen by members of our life science community!
Since launching in 2003, LinkedIn has become the go-to online space for professional networking and career progression. It’s a must for science researchers and academics, and we’ve picked out 10 inspiring neuroscientists who use the platform regularly to promote their work and stay connected with others in their field.
Throughout history, the achievements of female scientists have often been overlooked, and that’s why we’re taking a moment to shine the spotlight on some of the most inspiring women in STEM history! From the first female physician to the ‘unsung hero’ of DNA, these ten women deserve to be remembered and celebrated…
Are you a fan of Instagram? Which science accounts do you love to follow? We’ve chosen ten of our favourite Instagram scientists who are using their channels to support PhD students, amplify minority voices, and share great science with the world!
It’s National Poetry Month in the UK and we’ve selected ten wonderful science-themed poems to brighten your day! From the power of the microscope to out of control school experiments, there’s something in this list for everyone with an interest in creative science writing!
The Hello Bio blog is five years old and we’re celebrating by taking a look back at our ten most popular articles of all-time! From fun science memes to PhD productivity… these are the most viewed blogs from our first five years of online publishing!
It’s British Science Week and we’re taking a moment to share some inspiring words from British scientists through history. From Sir Isaac Newton to Stephen Hawking, from Charles Darwin to Professor Brian Cox, these British scientists have inspired each generation with their extraordinary achievements.
It’s World Book Day on 3rd March and we’re taking a closer look at the science books we think are essential reading for scientists everywhere. Whether you’re a grad school student or a Professor of Biology, take a look at our list of books to add to your collection!