In my scientific work I strive to be as open as possible. Unfortunately I work with data that I cannot de-identify well enough to share (aka weird sex diaries) and data that simply isn’t mine to share (aka the reproductive histories of all Swedish people since 1950)...
Hunched Over a Microscope, He Sketched the Secrets of How the Brain Works
A man hunched over a microscope in Spain at the turn of the 20th century was making prescient hypotheses about how the brain works. Meet Santiago Ramón y Cajal, an artist, photographer, doctor, bodybuilder, scientist, chess player and publisher.
A good book evokes a variety of emotions as you read. Turns out, though, that almost all novels and plays provide one of only six “emotional experiences” from beginning to end—a rags-to-riches exuberance, say, or a rise and fall of hope.