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The Incubator Blog

Hatching conversations about science
BIOME Blurbs
Dive into discussions on mentoring—including lab environments, best practices, personal experiences, and the latest literature!
Dive into discussions on mentoring—including lab environments, best practices, personal experiences, and the latest literature!
Conservation Chronicles
A blog series devoted to stories about conservation and animal behavior.
Conservation Chronicles is a blog series dedicated to demystifying the field of conservation and behavior. In this series, we share real stories from scientists that study animal behavior ex-situ and in-situ, insights into conservation and reflections on how it all mixes together!
Greenhouse
Explore our newest mini-series focusing on climate change, sustainability, and science!
To combat climate change and preserve the planet, we must listen to the science. Greenhouse, RockEDU's sustainability hub, is here to help! This mini-series offers eco-friendly tips, lifestyle lessons, and resources rooted in research.
Perspectives
Sharing stories from students and professionals about their relationship with science.
Reflecting on experiences within science is critical in creating meaningful progress and authentically showcasing the relationships and experiences that exist in these spaces. Perspectives is all about sharing…you!
Scientists of New York
Meet the melting pot of NYC scientists through the ScioNY blog series.
Through our Scientists of New York (ScioNY) series we hope to change the stereotypical perceptions of what a scientist looks like and highlight the diversity of STEM professionals in NYC. Come meet our scientists and learn about their stories!
Parts per Millions
Student Spotlight
Series

October 3, 2022 | Kathryn Eckartt

How Lab Culture Influences Accessibility

According to a study conducted by the National Science Foundation in 2019, only 10% of employed …
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October 3, 2022 | Kathryn Eckartt

5 Simple Ways to Make Our Science More Accessible

Let’s face it: we scientists love talking about our work! In fact, I’m sure my family …
October 3, 2022 | Kathryn Eckartt

Creating Physically Accessible Lab Spaces

Are scientific research spaces designed for everyone? In the United States there are 61 million adults living …
September 29, 2022 | Kathryn Eckartt

Accessibility 101

What is accessibility and why is it important? In a broad sense, achieving accessibility requires that opportunities, …
February 1, 2022 | Alisa Jackson

Marie Maynard Daly

Marie Maynard Daly was born in Queens, New York in 1921. Dale Debakcsy, of Womenyoushouldknow.net, hails Marie …
Find a sustainable balance
June 9, 2021 | Audrey Goldfarb

Making Meaningful and Manageable Changes

The ubiquitous phrase, “The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know," …
Sustainable fashion is in!
June 2, 2021 | Annie Worford

The Environmental Impact of Fast Fashion and What You Can Do

As a teenager, I enjoyed shopping at the mall, hopping from Forever 21 to H&M to …
Enrich your diet with vegan protein
May 26, 2021 | Melanie Formosa

From Carnivore to Climatarian

Growing up, my meals always included a portion of meat, whether that be chicken, ground beef, …
May 19, 2021 | Audrey Goldfarb

Crafting a Sustainable Diet

It’s important to judge one’s lifestyle and diet on multiple criteria, as not all "green" foods …
Convenient climatarian
May 12, 2021 | Audrey Goldfarb

Convenient Climatarian Practices

Regardless of your beliefs and intentions, reducing one's carbon footprint requires time and effort. Each of …
August 31, 2020

Mikko Jimenez

Mikko enjoys spending mornings in the parks looking for warblers or other unique birds. He is also a musician and was in a funk band during grad school (he plays guitar, piano, alto sax + he sings!)
August 24, 2020 | Josh DiPaola, Lizzie Krisch (Editor)

The Plight of Pangolins

A few years ago, I was sitting inside a university classroom listening to a professor’s lecture …
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