At the Science Communication Lab, we harness the power of storytelling to enrich science education. Our content showcases diverse scientists, describing not only their research but also revealing their personalities, opinions, and perspectives while demonstrating the process of scientific discovery.
Our short films have told the story of groundbreaking experiments like DNA replication and the Nobel Prize work on CRISPR. We explore the role of science in society, dive deep into emergent fields, and consider interdisciplinary approaches to research.
Our courses provide innovative professional development for undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs through a series of videos, written materials, and assessments that address experimental planning, design, and communication as well as mentorship.
This work builds upon the hundreds of scientific seminars we produced under the previous incarnation of our non-profit, iBiology.