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Allison Parshall

Allison Parshall

Allison Parshall has always felt torn between her loves for science and writing. She studied psychology and cognitive science at Georgetown University before pursuing her passion for storytelling as a documentary filmmaker. Now she is combining her interests as a science journalist-in-training at SHERP to tell stories about neuroscience, health, and their interactions with the world around us. Besides writing, she enjoys creating music, learning languages, and ballroom dancing.

July 29, 2022

The people of the South Bronx have almost no access to their own coast. South Bronx Unite’s Arif Ullah is working to change that.

June 29, 2022

Our brains are easily fooled into taking ownership of a virtual body, decades of psychology research shows

June 17, 2022

Cultured meat promises to be better for animals, public health and the planet. Will we eat it?

February 17, 2022

These master musicians use the fundamental principles of sound to sculpt their overtone harmonies

February 16, 2022

With microscopic human tissues and advanced algorithms, testing new drugs in humans could become more efficient

December 13, 2021

As the long-awaited launch of the James Webb Space Telescope approaches, astronomers just picked its successor’s successor.

November 19, 2021

Scientists are recruiting phages, bacteria’s natural predators, as the antibiotic resistance crisis worsens.

 
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