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How to Think Like a Scientist: Communicate with Clarity and Nu...

The most earth-shattering research findings won’t make a dent if scientists can’t share their results in ways that tells the story of their work to the rest of us.

Discoveries / Nov 15, 2021

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How to Think Like a Scientist: Embrace the Rigor of Scientific...

The unique and challenging process of scientific publication can help root out the most egregious mistakes in research before they reach a wide audience. The process isn’t perfect,...

Discoveries / Nov 15, 2021

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How to Think Like a Scientist: Collaborate Strategically to Am...

We're all familiar with the lone genius myth—a wild-haired scientist mixing burbling chemicals in a basement laboratory—but the reality is that the best scientists team up with oth...

Discoveries / Nov 15, 2021

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How to Think Like a Scientist: Take the Long View: Great Scien...

Viewed through the lens of history, science moves at a relative gallop. Those timelines can feel like an eternity if you’re the one waiting for a treatment, but the reality is that...

Discoveries / Nov 15, 2021

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How to Think Like a Scientist: A Crash Course

How does a scientist work? We’ve condensed some of the most important insights about scientific thinking into a six-lesson minicourse you can take right now.

Discoveries / Nov 15, 2021

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How to Think Like a Scientist: Understand Common Biases and Wo...

Bias can be as simple as hoping for a certain outcome in an experiment—but its tentacles can be far-reaching and harmful. Good science requires investigators to systematically iden...

Discoveries / Nov 15, 2021

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How to Think Like a Scientist: Refine Your Questions

We asked a few scientists to share the rules they follow when generating research questions. Here's what they told us.

Discoveries / Nov 11, 2021

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The Present and Future of Breast Reconstruction

Current breast reconstruction techniques can allow breasts to be recreated from a patient’s own belly fat. In the lab, researchers aim to regrow breast tissue from a patient’s own ...

Discoveries / Oct 25, 2021

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Breast Cancer Has No Gender

If breast cancer had personal pronouns, they wouldn't be she/her, he/him, or even they/them. Breast cancer has no gender, and that means people of all genders need to learn to asse...

Discoveries / Oct 18, 2021

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A Tale of Two Pandemics: A Look Back

Cedars-Sinai's roots grew out of the institutions that served Los Angeles during the 1918 influenza pandemic, and were transformed by that virus. Read more.

Discoveries / Feb 11, 2021

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Cleaning With Courage

Cedars-Sinai's Environmental Services staff have always worked with extreme caution. In the late 1800s, this handheld steam machine dispensed a thick yellow fog of carbolic acid in...

Discoveries / Oct 27, 2020

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Gateway to the Brain

While building a brain capable of powering Frankenstein’s monster remains out of reach, Cedars-Sinai scientists have re-created a critical component—the blood-brain barrier, outsid...

Discoveries / Feb 17, 2020

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An Epidemic Ignites

The usually harmless human papillomavirus (HPV) is triggering a surge of throat cancer among Baby Boomers. Two Cedars-Sinai investigators are working to ease the burden of treatmen...

Discoveries / Jan 14, 2020

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Kidney School

For children facing kidney failure, a transplant can provide 20 years of function before another donor organ must be found—or until medical advances can provide a lifelong solution...

Discoveries / Jan 10, 2020

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In Good Hands

Tiffany Perry has the world at her fingertips. Neurosurgeon by day, furniture designer by night and classically trained pianist at heart, Perry is the ultimate hands-on expert.

Discoveries / Dec 27, 2019