Author: Jonathan Chang

Jonathan Chang recently graduated from Johns Hopkins University with an M.A. in neuroscience, specializing in auditory processing. As a result, he's obsessed with sounds, music, languages, and brains. He's glad to be part of SHERP and looks forward to writing about how awesomely bizarre science can be. Follow him on Twitter: @JonMChang

Marathon running for dummies

Marathon running for dummies

A handful of tips for fledgling runners

By Jonathan Chang | Posted January 25, 2013

Real life trolls on the loose

Real life trolls on the loose

Today’s U.S. Patent System stifles innovation and is a breeding ground for shady business deals

By Jonathan Chang | Posted November 16, 2012

Lend me your ears

Lend me your ears

Many musicians crave perfect pitch, but is it all it’s cracked up to be?

By Jonathan Chang | Posted October 18, 2012

Tickle your funny bone

Tickle your funny bone

Who says that scientists can’t take a joke?

By Jonathan Chang | Posted July 6, 2012

The tyranny of π

The tyranny of π

A semirational rant on an irrational number

By Jonathan Chang | Posted June 29, 2012

VIDEO: Your mission (should you choose to accept it)

VIDEO: Your mission (should you choose to accept it)

A different type of science fair

By Jonathan Chang and Allison T. McCann | Posted May 1, 2012

VIDEO: Musical machinations

VIDEO: Musical machinations

How old instruments are getting a new voice

By Jonathan Chang and Virat Markandeya | Posted February 27, 2012

Wopple wopple wopple wopple

Wopple wopple wopple wopple

How hard is a game of Pac-Man?

By Jonathan Chang | Posted February 24, 2012

A haunting halo

A haunting halo

The chemistry of a glow stick

By Jonathan Chang | Posted February 21, 2012

Rethinking the password

Rethinking the password

Sometimes, it’s better to keep it sweet and simple

By Jonathan Chang | Posted February 4, 2012

Questions you never thought to ask

Questions you never thought to ask

Scienceline brings you the best obscure science stories from 2011

By Kate Yandell and Jonathan Chang | Posted December 27, 2011