• Giving Credits in Academia: Small Things Matter

    How many times did you feel that you did not get proper credit for your work in the lab? Did you raise questions? Most common answers are yes, we did not get deserving credits for our work and we did not oppose them. This is what I want to discuss [..]

  • Machine learning algorithm revolutionizes how scientists study behavior

    By: By Caroline Sheedy | CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY B-SOiD is an open source, unsupervised algorithm that can discover and identify behaviors without user input To Eric Yttri, assistant professor of biological sciences and Neuroscience Institute faculty at Carnegie Mellon University, the best way to understand the brain is to watch how organisms interact [..]

  • The Benefits of Outsourcing Software Developers in Your Business

    Outsourcing software development has become the standard for many companies, and there are several good reasons as to why. Offshoring operations has allowed for possibilities that weren’t possible before with in-house development. The outsourcing market for software industries in the United States alone is worth over $130 billion USD. You [..]

  • The Pros and Cons of Outsourcing Digital Marketing

    Whether you like it or not, digital marketing is important for your business due to the level of exposure you can get. If you have no idea how to do it or have no time to run campaigns, outsourcing your digital marketing efforts is the best answer. Even then, not [..]

  • How to Become a Python Developer

    Python is one of the most popular programming languages among web developers today. In fact, BrainStation’s  2020 Digital Survey reveals that roughly 25 percent of web developers use Python at work. Because of its simple syntax and overall readability, mastering it is a lot easier. That’s probably why it’s rising [..]

  • 4 Most Common Types of Cybersecurity Threats

    There’s every indication that the pandemic is changing the nature of cybersecurity. Online threats are evolving to match our new remote-work paradigm, with 91% of businesses reporting an increase in cyberattacks during the coronavirus outbreak.  Hackers are getting more and more sophisticated and targeted in their attacks. Many of these cyber threats have [..]

  • 5 Tips for Building a Culture of Security Among Remote Employees

    In one of our previous posts, we highlighted the importance that making security a part of your organizational culture played in keeping your remote workforce secure during the COVID-19 pandemic. But what does that entail? In this post, we’re going to flesh out key steps that security teams and their leadership should [..]

  • Wearable circuits printed directly on human skin

    By: AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Wearable electronics are getting smaller, more comfortable and increasingly capable of interfacing with the human body. To achieve a truly seamless integration, electronics could someday be printed directly on people’s skin. As a step toward this goal, researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have safely placed [..]

  • How Marketing and Science Go Hand in Hand

    Science and marketing may seem like strange bedfellows, but there’s actually a lot of overlap between the two industries. For one, science doesn’t exist in a vacuum. It’s part and parcel of our society, and interacts with aspects of society in complex ways. In fact, as our previous article on [..]