The Pocket Scientist and Chemist Monthly QR Exclusive - December 2019
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This month's resourceis our favorite Instagram accounts for scientists and researchers!
Social media can be a mess and a huge distraction. To cut through the clutter and get you straight to the accounts that can make a difference in your life, we've collected our favorites below. Many of these have Twitter accounts of the same handles. Follow those that interest you and get involved in this growing community!
@Academeology: Hugely supportive and welcoming account pointing out the good, the bad and the ugly of academia while starting dialogue around these issues
@PhD_Balance: Small team of grad students bringing to light the mental health issues that are pervasive in academia
@SusannaLHarris: Founder of @PhD_Balance and all-around #realtalk expert. Microbiologist and dog lover.
@Grad_selfcare: Sharing important messages to take care of yourself in even the toughest situations
@HerSTEMStory: Extraordinary stories of women in STEM from around the globe. 60+ podcasts and counting.
@Also_AScientist: Leader of the #UniqueScientists movement collecting amazing stories from unique STEM leaders everywhere.
@seekingscienceblog: A science blog run by four young women in STEM exploring bioscience and #scicomm
@growingthroughgradschool: A new podcast about self-care and personal growth in grad school.
@thisisgradschoolpod: Another new podcast “for grad students, by grad students”. They are just getting started so give them your support and feedback!
@thescicommunity: A strong community of science communicators (“#scicomm”)
@lab_shenanigans: Hilarious lab-related science posts for a good laugh between experiments
@stories.of.a.scientist: Professional #scicomm’er from Belgium with excellent resources
@sci_phile: Major science communicator of @becausescience
Check out our new additions to our Microscopy Wall Artcollectionby cardiovascular scientist Lindsey Fitzsimons! Her epifluorescence confocal micrographs show the structure of the heart in gorgeous microscopic detail.
Just for fun:
When the holiday struggle hits a little too close to home.