What beastly weather! In France, we are having a cold and rainy month of May. It’s the perfect occasion to stay home all weekend with MyScienceNew!, Watch our videos and read our latest articles to bring some sunshine into your day.
It’s rainy and cold in France and most of Europe. We are all looking forward to milder weather...
To help you wait, we published several articles for you this week.
In one of our articles, you will find all the links to the first season of Knock Knock Doc.
Indeed, each week, from March 1 to May 21, 2013, MyScienceWork released a new episode in English of Knock Knock Doc, the web series where PhD students take the floor. Here is a look back at these episodes:
Knock Knock Doc – The first season comes to a close! A look back at the episodes of Season 1 of Knock Knock Doc
After this movie break, you could also do some reading with our latest articles.
Based on a study by the Citizen Science Foundation in France, this article presented several citizen science initiatives. Citizen participation in research projects has been growing rapidly these last years. It brings new help for research to face societal challenges.
The project Observatory of Garden Butterflies gives every citizen the opportunity to help researchers follow the evolution of biodiversity by counting the butterflies in their garden. – MyScienceWork
To finish, discover an experimental strategy to protect our dopaminergic neurons... Injecting bee venom seems to hold back the slow and progressive degeneration of dopaminergic neurons.
Have a nice weekend!