Swarms of children bustled with excitement at the Boys and Girls Club of America in Uptown. But it wasn’t the filming of Johnny Depp’s new John Dillinger movie two blocks away that had them stirring. It was their own group of junior scientists.
is a publication by Science in Society, a Northwestern University research center for science outreach and public engagement.
HELIX is both a digital magazine and a training program to help scientists build public science communication skills.
Any scientist at Northwestern can participate. Our editor works with all contributors to hone writing skills and develop storytelling techniques with the ultimate aim of presenting scientific content to...
These works were created by students in AP Studio Art at Evanston Township High School. Each student selected one of the winners of the 2016 Scientific Images Contest on which to base their work.... Read More