Neurobiologist Oded Rechavi investigates epigenetics, a curative use for brain parasites, and helped piece together the Dead Sea Scrolls using DNA.
Through innovative, interdisciplinary work, chemist César Rodriguez-Emmenegger is seeking a way to communicate with biological systems.
At the interface of light and matter, Natalie Banerji is using spectroscopy to advance technologies such as solar cells and bioelectronics.
Astrophysicist and retired NASA astronaut Steven Hawley takes us through his fascinating career.
Chemical engineer and STEM advocate Lola Eniola-Adefeso deciphers components of the blood and designs therapeutic particles to help treat disease.
Conservationist Merlin Tuttle protects bat populations worldwide through education and photography.
Professor Madhu Bhaskaran creates devices to assess the biometrics of the human body and helps patients feel again.
Bioengineer Canan Dağdeviren is living her dream, decoding physical patterns of the human body in order to diagnose and cure diseases.
Your “friendly neighborhood astrophysicist” Becky Smethurst is enthusiastically exploring the universe and educating us along the way.
Last August, #BlackinChem took the world by storm. This year, we spoke with two of the event’s organizers, Devin Swiner and Zemen Berhe, to learn more about what’s in store.