Julia Allison on Journalism’s Allure
Julia Allison got her start in media as a columnist at Georgetown University, writing the college's first ever dating column. After graduating in 2004, Julia moved to New York where she began writing for various publications including Cosmopolitan, New York magazine, The Huffington Post and Men's Health. She is co-founder of nonsociety.com, and is currently a weekly columnist in Time Out New York and host at TMI weekly.
For the past three years, Julia has been a professional talking head, making over 350 on-air appearances in the past year alone, including CNN, MSNBC, Vh1, Fox, E!, CBS, NBC, CW, FoxNews, FoxBusiness, Fuse, G4 and others.
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Just hearing two languages helps babies develop cognitive skills before they even speak. Here's how - and how you can help them develop those skills.
A new study shows that babies raised in bilingual environments develop core cognitive skills like decision-making and problem-solving -- before they even speak.
Superpowerful lasers for next-generation technologies are closer to existence.
- A new study calculates how to create high-energy gamma rays.
- Physicist Allen Mills proposes using liquid helium to make bubbles of positronium, a mixture with antimatter.
- Gamma ray lasers can lead to new technologies in space propulsion, medical imaging and cancer treatment.