Written and Illustrated by Johanna Mayer
Edited by Melis Cakar & Keionna Newton.
Schwarz DS, Blower MD. The endoplasmic reticulum: structure, function and response to cellular signaling. Cell Mol Life… Read More
By Daniel Janko
Our understanding of the brain from a basic science perspective (under laboratory conditions) is gradually improving. Even though extrapolation is a powerful tool in aiding us with… Read More
By Stacy Pitcairn
Neuroscience labs don’t often look like mad science labs. Typically, you see graduate students analyzing data on computers, postdoctoral fellows pipetting at the bench, or conducting various… Read More
By Anastasiia Gryshyna
Throughout history, each discipline has had its moment of inspiration. For physicists, it was a falling apple that guided Newton in the understanding of gravity. For molecular… Read More
By Caitlin Goodpaster
As spooky season descends upon us, it’s intriguing to explore the connections between neuroscience and a Halloween classic: the zombie. While the introduction of zombism to fiction… Read More
FIRST PLACE WINNER!
Policy Brief by Manaswini Kar, Keerthana Manikandan, and Jonathan Klonowski
With at least one-eighth of the entire global population living with mental illness, the world stands at… Read More
Policy Brief by Katie Cooke
The DSM-5 defines gender dysphoria (GD) as a prolonged incongruence between one’s assigned sex at birth and one’s gender identity (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).… Read More
Short Essay by Rachel Falleur
As an undergraduate student majoring in neuroscience, performing and participating in research is a key part of completion of the program. Participation in research and… Read More
SECOND PLACE WINNER!
Policy Memo by Erin Morrow
Within the last decade, consumer technologies have become increasingly capable at recording and analyzing physiological data. For instance, smartwatches can now… Read More