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The Incubator Blog

Hatching conversations about science
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March 4, 2019

Elizabeth Hénaff

In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys being outdoors and making art!
February 28, 2019 | Ilaria Sani

The Many Facets of Science Diplomacy

“This is the century of science”, a young undergrad in Philosophy asserted. We were two strangers, …
February 25, 2019

Evon Hekkala

Evon enjoys seeing art, reading, shopping in "junk" shops, and playing with her kids!
February 21, 2019 | Ella Epstein

Ella Epstein on Genome Editing With Crispr

This is a rereleased article from former Rockefeller SSRP student, Ella Epstein, originally published in May …
February 19, 2019 | Edited by Lizzie Krisch

Kate Bredbenner

Kate is self-proclaimed "foodie" and loves living in New York City where she can explore diverse food cuisines!
January 1, 2019

Call for Contributions

We are currently accepting submissions for four of our blog series! Our incubator blog is an …
December 6, 2018 | Lizzie Krisch

Intellectual Property: Can You Own An Idea?

How does law relate to science? At first, the two disciplines may seem to be worlds …
September 26, 2018 | Anna Zeidman

Devon Collins #sciony

“It’s pretty hokey and sentimental, my favorite thing about being a scientist is getting to act …
September 26, 2018 | Multiple authors

Monotropa uniflora: The Ghost Plant

Although the ghost plant’s outside is white, inside there is a small orange orb surrounding a …
September 26, 2018 | Multiple authors

Nuphar Lutea

The stem, or leaf stalk, of the Nuphar Lutea has a spiky coat and is even …
August 20, 2018 | Multiple authors

Parts Per Millions Debut

Taking a Closer Look at the Relationships of Life on Earth
August 20, 2018 | Nica Rabinowitz

The Ripple Effect: Leading By Example

Plastic pollution is one of the most urgent crisis we are facing today. Scientists consume massive amounts of plastic in the …
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