During the last two weeks, I attended two workshops as part of a series called “Pathways Learning Series” that University […]
Ethical dilemmas, the trolley problem being one of them, are fun to talk about, but what would we do if we were in those situations and for what reasons?
Conflicts of interest arise when we have secondary interests that affect our primary obligation and disclosing them could mitigate/avoid potential problems.
I normally keep whatever I learn from books to myself. I still take notes, sometimes leave reviews on Goodreads, and […]
The Yukon is absolutely gorgeous! Plan a trip there and use this guide! Trust me, you are gonna love it and thank me for it!
There are always reasons to stay alive. Look around yourself, change how you think about life, view it from a different perspective and you’ll find them.
We shouldn’t be afraid of talking to people just because they might get offended, that is unless we are spreading hate speech.
Constructive feedback could be both positive and negative and as the word itself suggests should help the person improve.
We are social animals. We need each other for survival and caring about others, listening and helping in tough times are some of our instinctual features.
Communicating research and making sure that the general public know how scientific research is changing their lives is as much important as the end outcome.