It will be hard to measure up to this amazing medical cake made by Diana Homann. Thanks @homemadecakebydiana for sharing with us under Cooking Up Science.
09/28/2017 Guess the publication (1st ed.) Solution: In their 2009 paper, originally called “Voodoo correlations in social neuroscience” and later renamed “Puzzlingly high correlations in fMRI studies of emotion, personality, and social cognition”, Vul and colleagues critically question the presence of impossibly high correlations in social neuroscience fMRI studies. While followed by many critical discussions about... Continue Reading →
Check out this week's science song by Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown about the different fields of science here.
Working hard to produce new science illustrations and cartoons. Check some fun new ones out made by Nora at Science Cartoons & Illustrations.
Our first interview published under our experts section is with Jennifer Zuk. Jennifer is also creator of the anatomically (almost) correct brain model displayed in our cooking corner. PhD Candidate, Harvard University (30 years) o How did you get here? I have dedicated my time to exploring my interests at the intersection between developmental cognitive neuroscience,... Continue Reading →
We are developmental neuroscientists with the aim of spreading knowledge in a way that is fun and easily understandable for everyone. We want to break down the walls raised by complicated communication. Because science is meant for all! Willkommen Wir sind Wissenschaftler, die sich als Ziel genommen haben, Wissen auf eine witzige, einfache und verständliche... Continue Reading →