Tag: jaimee hoefert
An open letter to a country disillusioned with science
It’s almost midnight, and I’m still in lab.
A brief history of science funding (and how you can help!)
How can you make sure scientists develop the next Honeycrisp apple?
Ten-hundred Word Challenge: Part One
Can graduate students Jaimee Hoefert, Amanda Grennell, and Alison Gilchrist explain their research in ONLY the most common 1000 words?
Graduate Student Snapshot: Karim Derqaoui
“I cut my teeth on an 80’s dance floor,” says Karim.
Avoiding the Measles 101: Understanding how vaccines and herd immunity protect us
What is the science behind vaccines, and why do they work?
Cardiac valve cells sense their environment through signaling pathways
Within an organism, cells take cues from surrounding tissues and cells, and from the kind of surface on which they exist.