By Andrea Patricia
When I was younger, I read a few books about the human body and space, yet I never fully explored the vast non-fiction science genre. As a Scientista, I decided to dive right in. Three books particularly stood out to me. They were scientific, refreshing, and, to the overly sensitive, offensive (in a tasteful way of course). My finds are so awesome—so terrific— I’m excited to share them with the scientista community! These three books represent all dimensions of oneself, from the eager curiosity for definite knowledge and truth to the humor of everyday situations.
Here are my top three suggested readings and why I think they are super cool books to snuggle up with at night.
By Ana Cristina
There comes a point in all of our college careers where we become tired, exhausted and doubting if this is really what we even want to do. Beyond school, we also deal with the stresses and unpredictability of life in general. Although we deal with stress, this does not have to be the end of us. Here are ways to deal with stress:
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By Lakshini Mendis
1. The Marionette = grad-student on a string
Inspired by the work done by the movement neuroscience lab, this costume is made out of old participant recruitment posters and electrodes, complete with a TMS-coil-like head accessory! Think it’s time your supervisor frees you too?
Design/model: Jennifer Chin (Fashionomics 2014, Queenstown Research Week)
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