Gia was thrilled to be just outside of Mission Control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, during Cassini’s final descent into Saturn.
Join Gia and a fantastic panel of writers and scientists to discuss the state of science in Hollywood on Thursday, July 20, 2017, in San Diego.
Catch the Scirens (Taryn O’Neill, Tamara Krinsky, and Gia) rockin’ out to Everyday Science TV’s #ElementADayInMay series. This year we cover iron and zinc!
Join Gia and some of LA’s greatest voices for an evening of music benefitting the Caleb Hope Foundation on Sat., May 27 at Spice Affair in Beverly Hills.
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…