OK as long as I’m on the picture shtick, here are over 400 pictures of women in science via Prerana Srestha. Above are Alfred and Mary Gibson doing something badass. I also quite liked this one of Ruth McGuire (good composition) and this one of Marguerite Wilcox; I don’t quite know what she’s doing, but all […]
via the Maynooth Neuro Lab, here is a collection of over 200 drawings by Ramon y Cajal. Some are better than others. Some look like he drew on a nearby cardboard box. Scroll through the pictures with your arrow keys!
“The counterfeit gold of February sunshine, making pale promises that can never be fulfilled” I particularly like this quote from Bob Copper’s book, “A song for every season”, where he writes lyrically about his Sussex farming family and the traditional country songs they sing. On the rare occasions we have seen sunshine this month it’s … Continue reading →
No matter how hectic or stressful our days are, whether we’re sitting at our desks or waiting in line, we have the opportunity to pause and adjust our perspective. We have the opportunity to be kinder — both to ourselves and others. We have the opportunity to relax and slow down. And we have the […]
“You might find it hard to imagine gravity as a weak force, but consider that a small magnet can hold up a paper clip, even though the entire earth is pulling down on it.” - Lisa Randall
I have never thought about gravity this way. Really puts it in perspective, eh?