Lina Zeldovich

Lina is an award-winning writer and journalist. She has written for The Atlantic, Psychology Today, Hemispheres, Hakai, and Scientific American, among other publications and previously has been the science editor at Nautilus magazine. Find her on twitter @LinaZeldovich

Cubed, Ground, Frozen or Marinated? 4 Scientists Talk Brain Dissection Styles

Dead men don't talk, but their brains can be quite verbose. Depending on how and where one looks, dead...

What Your Brain Could Reveal About Your Job

Imagine a John Doe on a medical examiner's table. Possibly murdered. Found in a scene empty of any clues...

Scientists Are Reading Dead Rats’ Minds, Are You Next?

For decades scientists have been working to decipher how memories are stored in the brain. They've learned...