The first five years of life are the most critical for learning. As children are using technology earlier and more frequently than ever, ALOUD tackles the neuroscience of screen time […]
Teach them while they’re young! Read about an expat’s experience with their child picking up Spanish and Catalan. Click below:
“Students tend to learn less efficiently than usual in online courses, as a rule, and depending on the course. But if they have a facilitator or mentor on hand, someone […]
“We need to rethink what scientific collaborations should look like. Black people need a seat at the table.” An important discussion in the science community. Read why science is going […]
Here’s a gem from the past: “[…]we found that, from a young age, American children form the belief that boys are better than girls in these technological subjects.” How can […]
Although our program with Kim Zetter would have been this month, you can still learn about her work in cybersecurity! What does vote-by-mail mean in the time of COVID-19?
A blast from the past: take a look at Eric Chien’s cybersecurity work with Symantec that delved into the world of cyberweapons.
Here’s an interesting article on the recent interplay between science and nationalism:
Carl Zimmer along with Jonathan Corum takes another deep dive—and again with incredible illustrations—in COVID 19’s genome:
An incredible explanation of COVID-19 (pictures included!) by former ALOUD on Science speaker Carl Zimmer: