Guest post by from Kenneth C. Burtis (University of California, Davis) and Mariana F. Wolfner (Cornell University). We note with great sadness the death of one...


Guest post by Charleen Adams. The Trump administration has proposed legislation that would make it legal to forcibly collect DNA from hundreds of thousands of...


Guest post by Irini Topalidou, Senior Scientist at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Washington, Seattle. I first met Martin “Marty” Chalfie in January 2004,...


Increasing support for parents in science means making conferences more child-friendly. Guest post by Elisabeth Marnik and Julie Claycomb, members of the GSA Conference Childcare...


Guest post by Cassidy Villeneuve, Wiki Education. A Wikipedia writing assignment is a great opportunity for instructors to teach science communication skills on a world stage....


Guest post by Susan Gerbi, George Eggleston Professor of Biochemistry and professor of biology at Brown University, and Virginia A. Zakian, Harry C. Wiess Professor...


Guest post by Tânia Reis, Chair of GSA’s Conference Childcare Committee, on barriers to conference participation and how we can address them. I’m a Scientist....


A member of GSA’s Conference Childcare Committee presents an overview of childcare resources available at scientific conferences. Guest post by Madhumala K. Sadanandappa. Recently, I...


Guest post by Irini Topalidou. This year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine honored the discovery of a major breakthrough in cancer treatment: immunotherapy. At...


Guest post by Andreas Prokop. This blog post was originally published as an article in Open Access Government (Prokop, 2018b) to advocate for the importance...