Molecular Minutes

Featuring Emily from @_biochemily_!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on May 13, 2020

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

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This week, we're welcoming Emily, from @_biochemily_! She uses instagram to share her passion for cancer research and to journal her day-to-day challenges and victories. Her instagram channel is full of funny and relatable tidbits about science and her research life.

Being a scientist is about being resilient! Read on to get to know Emily's journey and how she saw herself grow as she wraps up her PhD program.


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Topics: #SciComm

Featuring Susan and Hayley from @Cancer.Research.Demystified!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on April 27, 2020

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

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This week, we're introducing Susan and Hayley, science communicators putting their hearts and minds into cancer research and making it accessible for all! On their Instagram account @cancer.research.demystified, they debunk common cancer myths and share lab techniques for cancer research.

We were lucky enough to get a chance to ask them a few questions about their journey to becoming cancer research scientists!


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Topics: #SciComm

Featuring Instagram Science Communicator, Maria Ibrahim!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on April 15, 2020

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

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Meet Maria Ibrahim, a science communicator and PhD student studying Cancer Biology and Molecular Biosciences. Maria uses her Instagram account @girlmeetsscience to share her journey in research with others and give tips for staying organized and productive!

We had the amazing opportunity to ask Maria a few questions about her research, the challenges she's faced as a Master's and PhD student and her advice on how to stay focused and organized. 


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Topics: #SciComm

Featuring Instagram Science Communicator, Daisy!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on February 20, 2020

We recognize that science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

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Meet Daisy, a postdoc who's traveled halfway around the world on a mission to study retinal eye diseases. Daisy uses her Instagram and Twitter accounts to share information about her research, short videos from the lab and updates on her travels. We got the chance to ask Daisy a few questions to learn more about her and her research!


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Topics: #SciComm

Featuring Instagram Science Communicator, Tori Quintana!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on February 4, 2020

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

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Meet Tori Quintana, a science communicator and PhD student studying Cancer biology. Through her Instagram account @tinybutmightyscientist Tori shares the challenges and accomplishments she experiences both in her professional and personal life, and shares the advice she's learned! We got the chance to ask Tori a few questions about her research, her hobbies and her experience as a women in STEM. 

 


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Topics: #SciComm

Featuring Instagram Science Communicator, Jen, 'A Bookish Scientist'!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on January 14, 2020

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

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Meet Jen, also known as "A Bookish Scientist" on Instagram. She is a first year Cancer Biology PhD student and bookworm, who recommends good books and gives PhD tips to her follower base of almost 10K on Instagram!  


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Topics: #SciComm

Featuring Instagram Science Communicator, Sophie Arthur!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on December 12, 2019

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

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Meet Sophie Arthur, an award-winning science & education blogger. She currently works for the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences as their scicomm officer.

Her job is to share the world leading medical research her colleagues do! She does this through social media by creating content for their website, filming videos, hosting events for schools and the general public and so much more!

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Topics: #SciComm

Featuring Instagram Science Communicator, Sarah Miller!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on December 2, 2019

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

Meet Sarah Miller, a research assistant & science communicator:

 

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Featuring Instagram Science Communicator, Lauren Callender!

Posted by Applied Biological Materials (abm) on November 6, 2019

We recognize science can seem difficult to young scientists, and we hope to raise awareness about people who make it fun and accessible to broader audiences through social media, #SciComm!

A great example is Lauren Callender, @lozcallender_ 

Let's find out more about Lauren through this short interview...

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Topics: #SciComm

Molecular Minutes

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