Bioscope Publications

  • Working Distractions: the cost and ways to overcome  

    Working Distractions: the cost and ways to overcome  

    Written By: Ellen Osborn Edited By: Emily Cartwright and Anna Feitzinger   At any given moment, there are multiple, maybe …
  • Science communication for the middle ground

    Science communication for the middle ground

    Written By: Will Louie Edited By: Nina Sibonae Cueva It is flu season, so I hope you have all gotten your …
  • I Spy…

    I Spy…

    Written by: Emily Cartwright Edited by: Ellen Osborn              As graduate students, we are taught to think critically …
  • You Eat What You Are

    You Eat What You Are

    Written by: Sydney Wyatt Edited by: Hongyan Hao How nutrigenomics and other genetic information contribute to personalized health in the …
  • It’s not just a phase (separation)

    It’s not just a phase (separation)

    Written by: Jennifer Baily Edited by: Sharon Lee   Phase separation is the process by which one homogenous mixture separates …
  • Plastic use in basic science

    Plastic use in basic science

    Written By: Mikaela Louie Edited By: Keith Fraga   Despite growing public awareness of its impacts, plastic use continues to …
  • My experiences navigating mental illness as a graduate student  

    My experiences navigating mental illness as a graduate student  

    Written By: Jennifer Baily Edited By: Emily Davis Trigger warning: references to suicide   I was diagnosed with depression during …
  • Psychedelics in Biology and Mental Health 

    Psychedelics in Biology and Mental Health 

    Written by Keith Fraga Edited by Mikaela Louie   Psychedelic drugs are often taboo in US culture particularly since their extensive …
  • (Ethically) Talking Science

    (Ethically) Talking Science

    Written by Aiyana Emigh Edited by Emily Cartwright   What does it mean to ethically communicate your science? What are …
  • The magic cut on target DNA by CRISPR/Cas9

    The magic cut on target DNA by CRISPR/Cas9

    Author: Hongyan Hao Editor: Keith Fraga   It has been more than 150 years since Gregor Mendel’s pea plant experiment …
  • Graduate School Beyond the Lab

    Graduate School Beyond the Lab

    Author: Sharon Lee Editor: Anna Feitzinger How often have you looked through the window and thought to yourself, “Oh, it’s …
  • What can you do in an hour?

    What can you do in an hour?

    Author: Aiyana Emigh Editor: Keith Fraga    Earlier last month, the White House released the president’s FY2020 budget proposal. For …
  • Don’t Fear the CRISPR

    Don’t Fear the CRISPR

    Author: Sydney Wyatt Editor: Keith Fraga Human genetic modification strikes fear into many scientists and non-scientists alike. The recent claim …
  • Fruit Flies’ All Time Favorite Fruit

    Fruit Flies’ All Time Favorite Fruit

    Author: Anna Feitzinger Editor: Sharon Lee Undeniably, you have seen a flurry of little fruit flies whizzing around left out …
  • I Work For You

    I Work For You

    Author: Keith Fraga Editor: Sydney Wyatt   Current political turmoil in the US and abroad fosters uncertainty in the support …

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