The global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-Cov-2 has changed the world and altered all of our lives. In this series of episodes titled “Scientist at Home” we present narratives of life and research during the pandemic from scientists and academics across a broad range of disciplines and stages of their careers. We hope in hearing these narratives you’ll feel a sense of camaraderie with the scientific community as we acclimate during these difficult times.
Featured: Wei Li, A. Delphine Tripp, Edward Chen, Melis Tekant, Chad Stein
Produced by: A. Delphine Tripp, Melis Tekant, Chad Stein, Wei Li, Edward Chen, Samantha Tracy
Recording date: January 15, 2021
One thought on “Episode 16: Scientist at Home: Series Intro”
I thought, after discovering how nice Zoom is that I would take a course in physical anthropology, “Human Origins.” It raised a question about how this field works that I have found creeping in all the sciences, particularly in my field neuroscience. The question is: how do we deal with a “science” hen the impressionistic aspect of the science and the mechanistic don’t go well together?