Content by 2019-2021 Sinai and Synapses Fellows
I am so thankful for the experience—for the people, the conversations, and for the profound sense of renewal I’m now feeling.
Teaching our children about science and talking to them about God are some of the most beautiful gifts we can give to them.
God clearly understands how things work. Divine reason holds the cosmos together.
A group of prominent scientists, including alumni of the Sinai and Synapses Fellowship, shares how research has changed them.
Sinai and Synapses Fellowship alumna Amanda Townley talks with BioLogos about her experiences growing up and teaching science in the American South.
With student loan debt, we need to be clear about what forgiveness is and about who’s forgiving whom in this transaction.
Both Judaism and Christianity celebrate spring festivals centered on redemptive stories.
What would happen if researchers created a neural network where the cells were all slightly different, just like we see in biological systems?
Two women scientists working at the National Museum of Natural History share their professional journeys.
Dr. Luisa Cortesi shares her experiences living in places where climate change has hit far too hard for anyone to regard it as a myth.
Sinai and Synapses Fellow Elizabeth Fernandez speaks with Dr. Brian Patrick Green, Director of Technology Ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, who has attended conferences on AI at the Vatican.
The second group of presentations from this year’s Darwin Day gathering of Sinai and Synapses Fellows.