Gesundheit!
Gesundheit!
Slow motion sneeze footage reveals the true reach of respiratory droplets ejected from the human body.
Gesundheit!
Gesundheit!

Slow motion sneeze footage reveals the true reach of respiratory droplets ejected from the human body.

Slow motion sneeze footage reveals the true reach of respiratory droplets ejected from the human body.

Videos
Treatment Against All Odds
Treatment Against All Odds
The Scientist Staff | Jul 13, 2020
Jean Macnamara, a pioneer in the treatment of polio patients and the subject of this issue’s Foundations, comes to life in the form of a Google Doodle to celebrate what would have been her 121st birthday.
Peace and Cell Biology
Peace and Cell Biology
The Scientist Staff | Jul 13, 2020
See profilee Eva Harris explain her early learning environment and how she sees the cell as a metaphor for human society in this HHMI biography.
Blowing in the Wind
Blowing in the Wind
The Scientist Staff | Jul 13, 2020
Watch Critic at Large author and public health researcher Matthew Dacso wail on tenor saxophone during a 2010 concert with South African musician Ringo Madlingozi.
Videos: A Sampling of Virtual Lab Tours
Videos: A Sampling of Virtual Lab Tours
Andy Tay | Jun 23, 2020
Here’s how some researchers and educators are giving prospective students and the public a window into their labs.
Aquatic Apes?
Aquatic Apes?
The Scientist Staff | Apr 1, 2020
Watch Reading Frames author Peter Rhys-Evans and documentarian Sir David Attenborough discuss the book The Waterside Ape and the impact it may have on our understanding of human evolution.
Lasering Cancer
Lasering Cancer
The Scientist Staff | Apr 1, 2020
See physicist Hadiyah-Nicole Green, this month’s Scientist to Watch, describe her research into using lasers to treat solid tumors.
Witte’s Work
Witte’s Work
The Scientist Staff | Apr 1, 2020
UCLA researcher and April Profilee Owen Witte discusses his studies of rare genetic cancers and other diseases.
Enter a Ghost Forest
Enter a Ghost Forest
The Scientist Staff | Mar 1, 2020
Take a tour of a forest killed by salt inundation brought by rising seas—a powerful reminder that climate change is affecting ecosystems around the world.
Tree Rings, Wildfires, and Climate
Tree Rings, Wildfires, and Climate
The Scientist Staff | Mar 1, 2020
Dendrochronologist Valerie Trouet explains what researchers can learn about the climate of the past by looking at tree rings.