Work has meant different things to people over the years, and its meaning continues to change today, Shell explained. But there’s no doubt that, as a way to provide both necessities and personal fulfillment, it is essential.
During her nine months as a KSJ fellow, Khan has been exploring ways to encourage literacy on basic scientific topics by harnessing people’s natural curiosity about the origins of life on Earth and the possibility of life on other planets.
For the past six years Bjerg has been doing digital journalism for TV 2, Denmark’s largest news broadcaster. Over the course of his fellowship at MIT, he has been investigating how developers and journalists can better collaborate.
“I was never going to write a straight-up, ‘This is termites, aren’t they great,’ book,” Margonelli said. But she also wasn’t quite clear on what she was going to write. Halfway through, she turned to her editors for advice. Make it weird, they advised. So Margonelli made it weird.