Kerri Connolly @kerriconnolly
Kerri Connolly is a freelance digital journalist in the Bay Area. Her interests include, but are not limited to, dinosaurs, the end of the world, outer space and killer robots. Also bikes, tea and time travel.
Articles by Kerri Connolly
Because scientists is people, too. And sometimes people take long lunch breaks. #overlyhonestmethods
A new study from researchers in the UK suggests that the design of space around you has significant impact on how you learn. Which was totally why you ended up with that D+ in pre calculus, right?
Skyscrapers and mixed use towers aren’t anything new, though we’re constructing them bigger and higher all the time. But Peruri 88 is something else: a multi-level tower atop several other, distinct structures and units kitty-cornered below.
When we think of great scientific advancement, we usually call up a stock-image montage of great discoverers like Archimedes, Galileo, or Marie Curie, of Isaac Newton contemplating the laws of gravity, of Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine, and NASA sendin…