Research Tools

Learning to code as a neuroscientist

If you are a neuroscientist, whether your day-to-day involves running rats through a radial arm maze or changing the medium in your stem cells, you might not have had much experience programming. If you happen to work in genetics, you might have brought some data to a statistically or computationally inclined Read more…

Creative

Floating

The leaves wore the sun like a dress, elegant and fitting. Their crisp outlines were recreated by the water, or perhaps a painter, intricately melding the warm autumn palate together. I let my fingers drag like tiny props off the side of the boat and watched the designs that formed, with Read more…

Science perspectives

Bar graphs, anyone?

At some point, after slaving away, beating back the failures, and tasting the sweet success of a scientific discovery, we must ask ourselves, ‘How do I present this to other people?’ I’m referring to the visual representation of data. The current trend in science seems to be that we compile our western Read more…