Book Club Discussion of Lulu Miller&#39;s <em>Why Fish Don&#39;t Exist</em>
Book Club Discussion of Lulu Miller's Why Fish Don't Exist
The Scientist Social Club talked to the author and her dad, Chris Miller. 
Book Club Discussion of Lulu Miller's Why Fish Don't Exist
Book Club Discussion of Lulu Miller's Why Fish Don't Exist

The Scientist Social Club talked to the author and her dad, Chris Miller. 

The Scientist Social Club talked to the author and her dad, Chris Miller. 

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Frankenstein TS Book Club Discussion
The Scientist Social Club | Oct 1, 2021
We will discuss the book, raise questions, and share observations in this webinar attended by special guest Roslynn Haynes, author and associate professor of English at the University of New South Wales.
Pipe Dreams TS Book Club Discussion
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jun 18, 2021
Join The Scientist on August 20 to discuss Chelsea Wald’s tour of projects aimed at improving toilets—and solving many of the world’s problems in the process.
View of Brandon Taylor's face during the book club discussion for Real Life.
Book Club Discussion of Brandon Taylor’s Real Life
The Scientist Social Club | May 28, 2021
The Scientist Social Club talked with the author.
Real Life TS Book Club Discussion
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Apr 23, 2021
Join The Scientist on May 21 to discuss Brandon Taylor’s novel about a biochemistry graduate student navigating relationships inside and outside the lab.
Sex Differences in COVID-19
The Scientist Staff | Mar 9, 2021
Sabra Klein, a biologist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, describes how SARS-CoV-2 affects men and women differently.
Tour the Applewhite Lab
The Scientist Staff | Mar 9, 2021
Cell biologist Derek Applewhite gives a peek inside his laboratory at Reed College.
Drosophila: To Infinity and Beyond
The Scientist Staff | Mar 9, 2021
Coral Restorers
The Scientist Staff | Feb 1, 2021
See outplanted coral spawning in the wild thanks to the efforts of researchers at the Mote Marine Lab.
Celebrating Helen Purdy Beale
The Scientist Staff | Feb 1, 2021
Take a deep dive into the research of a pioneering figure in the study of plant virology.
Plants in Motion
The Scientist Staff | Feb 1, 2021
Meet Shoko Sakai, a scientist at Kyoto University's Center for Ecological Research, who explains some of the remarkable reproductive adaptations of plants.
Why Fish Don’t Exist TS Book Club Discussion
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jan 28, 2021
Join The Scientist on March 19 to discuss Lulu Miller’s book about a determined taxonomist whose life and work constitute a fable illustrating the hazards of categorization.
A Personal Crusade
The Scientist Staff | Jan 11, 2021
Meet Stanford University’s Ronald W. Davis, who pivoted his research to study myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome after doctors diagnosed his son with the disorder.
Pregnant COVID-19 Patients
The Scientist Staff | Jan 11, 2021
See a news report on a study of expectant mothers with SARS-CoV-2 infections.
Are You Smarter Than Your Dog?
The Scientist Staff | Jan 11, 2021
Check out the optical illusion that researchers put before canines, finding that fido and master have opposite reactions.
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Watch a Plastid Squirm from One Plant Cell to Another
The Scientist Staff | Jan 8, 2021
Entire organelles bearing DNA move between strains of tobacco that were grafted to one another.
Rocket Pharma
The Scientist Staff | Dec 1, 2020
Take a peek inside one Israeli company’s push to send pharmaceutical research into space.
What’s in a Dream
The Scientist Staff | Dec 1, 2020
See Reading Frames coauthor Robert Stickgold discuss the relationship between sleeping, dreaming, and memory.
Discovery Against All Odds
The Scientist Staff | Dec 1, 2020
Watch Nobel Laureate Rita Levi-Montalcini tell the story of how she continued her transformative cell biology research as World War II raged.
Transcendent Kingdom TS Book Club Discussion
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Nov 26, 2020
Join The Scientist on December 11 to discuss Yaa Gyasi’s sophomore novel, about a Stanford University neuroscience grad student navigating family issues, lab work, and her emerging identity.