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Communicating Science Across Languages – Q&A With Grace Kago

By |March 28th, 2022|Broader Impacts, Creative, Health, Member Posts, Science communication, Women in STEAM|

Inspired by her grandparents in Kenya, Grace has started a YouTube channel that translates science information for the Gĩkũyũ and Kiswahili languages to make it more accessible for vulnerable populations. Learn more in this blog post.

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International Women’s Day Lifeology SciArt Collaboration

By |March 22nd, 2022|Artwork, Collaborations, Creative, Lifeology, SciArt|

Two Lifeology members collaborated and created one of the two winning graphics for an International Women’s Day-themed challenge hosted by Cochrane and Lifeology. Go Lifeology community and collaboration! Learn more about this science art (SciArt) collaboration!

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Introducing: Lifeology Instructionals!

By |March 16th, 2022|Health, Lifeology, Science communication|

We are excited to announce our Lifeology Instructional Method—a flexible, efficient Lifeology course creation process that doesn’t sacrifice content value. We bring you our first three courses created using this method: “What is a clinical research study?," “How do I measure my blood pressure at home?,” and “How to use a CGM.” Continue reading to learn more. Since the origin of Lifeology, we have strived to provide Lifeology

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