How Science Communication should be is an ethic open question; still significant. We live in the ‘digital age‘, a time that has transformed how communication is thought and distributed. With the ubiquity of cellphones and other mobile devices that can connect us to the Internet world, the lines between content consumer and creator are blurred. Even moreContinue reading “How Science Communication should be”
Nowadays thanks to the Internet we are plastic. Our neurotransmitters are faster than a Facebook programmer, or if you feel like it Google Chrome go for the latter. This is because the use of new tools requires a constant “upgrade” – and in some ways change – of our neural network. Every scientist and neurologist can confirm that it is true that our brain is flexible, and this is the result from its rapid and systematic speed of adaptation to new situations. But in some ways it seems to people of another epoque we really lost something important:the dialogue between each others.