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7 Career Tips For The Young Professional

Life after college can be daunting.  Below are a few simple tips to help establish the foundation to a successful livelihood.   WRANGLE IN ESSENTIAL LIFE RESPONSIBILITIES Skills such as – Living within your means, starting a 401k, dealing with rejection, paying bills on time and having a good credit score. PUSH YOUR LIMITS BEYOUND… Read more »

In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

What comes to mind when you think of Ireland? For me it’s beer, shamrocks and leprechauns! The Irish have also contributed numerous important inventions and discoveries to the world.   Here are 6 Things You Never Knew Came From Irish Inventors:   MODERN CHEMISTRY The year: 1661 Inventor: Robert Boyle From: Lismore, County Waterford, Republic… Read more »

5 Things Not To Say During A Job Interview

The hiring managers have already invited you in for an interview which means they like what they saw on your resume. Now it’s time to meet face to face and leave a lasting impression. Everything you say is going to be a part of that impression.   5 Things Not To Say During A Job… Read more »

3 Ways Daylight Saving

This Sunday, March 11th 2018 marks the 100th year that most of the United States has participated in Daylight Saving Time. On March 9th, 1918, congress enacted the very first daylight saving law. Now that 100 years have passed research has found that science does not back up the traditional justifications for Daylight Saving Time…. Read more »

For the days when you feel like you just can’t.

5 Scientific Ways To Get Motivated

Did you know there are simple behavioral solutions to help you get motivated to work? Here are 5 scientifically proven examples of things you can do to motivate yourself to get through your day or even to finish a project. Chant A Mantra- One study found that positive affectivity can increase work motivation. Tell yourself…

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Women In Science

March is Women’s History month. To celebrate the many contributions women have made to Life Science here are 5 of History’s Greatest Female Scientists.   Marie Curie 1867-1934 Marie is also the only women in history to win Nobel Prizes in two different scientific categories. Along with her husband she first discovered the radioactive elements… Read more »

Tomorrow, February 28th will be the tenth International Rare Disease Day coordinated by Eurordis . Since 2008 on the last day of February organizations from countries and regions all over the world hold activities designed to raise awareness on rare diseases and the struggles patient’s/families face.    WHAT IS RARE DISEASE DAY? The main objective… Read more »


Your pitch is how you introduce yourself to your potential new employer. Make Your Elevator Pitch in 5 EASY STEPS: Introduce yourself ~ Keep it simple What’s your name, degree, and years of relevant experience? What do you know about the company ~ Show the company you’ve done your research Relate specific information about the… Read more »

The Most Pro-Science Presidents In American History

In honor of Presidents Day this Monday, February 19th here are 5 of the most science friendly presidents in U.S. history.   1. Thomas Jefferson- • Spoke five languages and had a keen interest in science (especially archaeology), engineering. • Jefferson invented a clock that was powered by the Earth’s gravitational pull on cannonballs. •… Read more »


International Women in Science Day was created in 2015 by the Royal Academy of Science International Trust and The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs to recognize the fundamental roles women play in science. “Science and gender equality are both vital for the achievement of the internationally agreed development goals, including the 2030 Agenda… Read more »