Neurocomic

Following my list of resources for fresh neuroscientists, I figured I'd share something for those interested in exploring neuroscience but not quite ready to pick up a textbook, namely┬áneurocomic. Neurocomic is a Wellcome Trust supported project that aims to explain neuroscience ideas to a lay audience using comics. The brainchild of neuroscientists Hana Ros (UCL) … Continue reading Neurocomic

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My top 7 science-themed comics

There are quite a few science-themed online comics out there, many of which are excellent. I thought I would share my favourites here, many of which are comics that have followed me for years, from the early days of PhD research, thesis writing, paper writing, paper rejection, job hunting, job rejection, late days in the … Continue reading My top 7 science-themed comics

Art+Science

I have been thinking about art lately. The University of Sheffield's annual Festival of Academic Writing is coming up and I have just finished reviewing a few papers and grant applications. Mostly, this has made me consider how scientists can suffocate enthusiasm for even the most exciting finding in a single passive paragraph (never mind … Continue reading Art+Science