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When we understand the value of the scientific discovery, we win. Watch our scientists in action and learn how #ScienceWorks for all of us.

Why does science work?

Visions for a post-pandemic life

It’s not all lab coats and test tubes—at the end of the day, #ScienceWorks scientists are everyday people just like you and me. Meet these real scientists innovating real treatments and cures.

Yemmie Oluwatosin

Denarra Simmons

Adriana Tovar-Salazar

Mark Davis

Follow We Work For Health on social to see how pharmaceutical science plays an important role in our lives.

The scientific method

Cancer research innovations & COVID-19

Facts about mRNA vaccines

A Q&A with Senator Hickenlooper

The only scientist in the Senate sits down for a Q&A with We Work For Health Colorado.

Women and girls in STEM

A Q&A with Denarra Simmons and Mayor Janice Kovach with special remarks from Senator Cory Booker.

Advice for girls of color in science

Adriana Tovar-Salazar shares advice for girls and women of color who want to pursue a career in science.

The impact of local pharmaceutical companies

Why it’s important to have pharmaceutical companies in the community.

Trust in science

Denarra Simmons and Adriana Tovar-Salazar discuss the importance of creating trust in science.

How to explain science to kids

Legos and cartoons are just a few examples of using common, relatable concepts to explain science to kids.

We all win when we have diversity in science

Different cultural backgrounds provide new ways of looking at and solving problems in the sciences.

How to explain science without clearing the room

It’s not easy being the only scientist at a party. Two of our #ScienceWorks ambassadors sit down on a call together and share a laugh over their experiences.

Turkey story time

Denarra Simmons reflects on her time in undergrad when she accidentally let turkeys incubate a little too long.

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