Gia is so honored to be a part of A Capella Science’s new video on exoplanets. And with the discovery of TRAPPIST-1, the song couldn’t come at a better time!
For Halloween, I decided to go as “Girl Who Broke Her Ankle in Two Places… Doing Yoga.” Here’s what happened, and here’s what I learned about medical technology that will get me walking again.
Check out the most recent episode of Brains On!, the science podcast for kids, to hear an original song from Einstein’s Girl song called, DIZZY DISCO.
Catch Gia as a long-suffering science teacher enduring the antics of an adorable redheaded boy in CDW’s national commercial campaign.
This essay has been reprinted at Ms. in the Biz. When I read in The Atlantic that Jared Leto, in preparation for his role as the Joker in Suicide Squad, sent his fellow castmates used condoms, a dead pig, and a live rat, I literally guffawed. What an attention seeking child, I thought. Acting like a […]
For your enjoyment, I present all the different Paul McCartneys I would get down and dirty with. Now please excuse me while I stare at his baby face…
Did you know Gia sings AND plays piano? Featuring jazz classics, pop hits, and original music, each week she’s posting a new song on YouTube. Subscribe today!
Gia is delighted to be featured on Perimeter Institute’s list of awesome songs about science.
“Gia Mora is an embarrassment of riches. No one so beautiful should have such an amazing, rich, nimble, varied and well-phrased voice. Nor should anyone so talented also be so intellectual and wryly funny. Nor should anyone that smart be so likeable.” -Novelist Gerald Weaver
The story which you’re about to read was inspired by a little friendly competition at a dinner party. It’s completely fictional, but the history is roughly accurate to the events of fall 1936 and the genesis of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, with appropriate credit due to Raymond Chandler who gave LA its literary voice.