Posted by Imagiscience Editor
| January 11, 2013
CAREERS IN CHEMISTRY Cal Poly Chemistry Dept. Chair, Nanine Van Draanen, talks about careers and sub-disciplines in chemistry Interview by Katherine Carr, Imagscience Communications Director Katherine Carr: Congratulations on your appointment as chair of the Chemistry Department at Cal Poly (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California) . How did you get this job? [...]
Scientist and musician, Jason Fang, describes the connection between physics and music. From waves to frequency, Fang also explains why there’s no sound in outer space. A National Merit Semifinalist and recent graduate of Irvine High School, Fang now attends UCLA where he is majoring in microbiology Many people would consider science and art to [...]
Dermatology has become, “the most competitive residency to acquire,” according to Patrick Lee, M.D. — who had applied to 65 dermatology residency programs. Dr. Lee also teaches at UCLA and UC Irvine, and talks with Imagiscience about the long road facing aspiring physicians. If you’re interested in a career in medicine, give him a call. [...]
From a part-time student at a junior college to a web developer at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, Lilia Vandermeijden, shares her journey to what Fortune magazine named the “most admired company in the world.” Lilia has some tips for students considering a future in computer programming. Lilia Vandermeijden:From a Junior College to Working at [...]
“The Science of Making Your Hair Look Good” is written by Isha Punja. She is 14 years old and a freshman at Northwood High School in Irvine, California. where she is a member of the cross country and track and field team. She has been involved in theater and loves science and life. The Science [...]
“The Physics of Rowing” is written by Jacqueline Carr, a 13-year-old 8th grader at Venado Middle School in Irvine, California. Jacqueline is a member of student council and Junior National Honor Society. In addition to rowing, she loves music, science, and dogs.
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