Start small. We don’t expect a fully developed article or piece of art.
Here are our proposed contributions:
- Send an interview Q&A to someone you look up to and write a post with their responses.
- Write about your career development plans
- Write about something interesting in neuroscience or your specific field
- Write about your personal experiences: with publishing, public speaking, attending conferences, everything going virtual, writing a thesis, visiting a summer course, networking, hobbies, etc.
- How does your favorite hobby make you a more well-rounded person/scientist?
- Showcase your art (painting, illustrations, videos)
- Specific interesting topics: for instance the effect of dopamine on learning, how memories are tied to places or smells, how neurons communicate, etc.
- Write about why you like science/neuroscience
- Write a general-audience version of your paper or your paper’s abstract