And now, it’s time to get your mental corn popping 🙂
Marina shares the dark saga of Katie Bouman (the woman who rendered the final image of the black hole). April 15, 2019 The Atlantic
Anne Harrington tells the tale of psychiatry, racism, and the birth of “Sesame Street.” UNDark
Milt Estrow recounts the many, many theories about Leonardo da Vinci. The Atlantic
Czerne Reid show us the “lost” book of exquisite botanical drawings rediscovered after 190 years. Women in STEM connection: the author/illustrator was Anne Wollstonecraft. National Geographic
Allison C. Meier: designing the butterfly-friendly city. CityLab
SciSchow says the bee-pocalypse is … fake.
Laura Tenenbaum blows the lid off three plastic recycling myths. I thought I was a good environmental citizen. Turns out we’ve all been lied to. Forbes
It’s okay to be smart takes a look—ha!—at where your eye colour really comes from.
SciShow news reports that we’re one step closer to understanding aging (and other effects of oxidative stress).
I hope something here has given you inspiration or research tools for a new creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories!