A toy microscope and whatever came in the…

Some time ago I purchased a little geek-toy - a handheld microscope from a big retailer online. Obviously, it was a curiosity I did not need, but once I saw it, I knew I badly…

XX in science

We have it wrong in STEM Yesterday was the international day of women in science. Truth be told, I only found out when I saw tweets with the hashtag flooding my feed. Part of me…

"Science Café"

I am co-hosting a live stream science news show 3 times per week with the wonderful mastermind behind the Blue Streak Science podcast - JD Goodwin. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unless my PhD interferes…

Speak up, Nobel (A repost from my LinkedIn)

Mini-interview with Nobel4GMOs mastermind I love this mini-interview, but when I got to read the "I don’t know enough about agri-business to comment on the impact of this deal." I got extremely frustrated! Scientists and…

Nominated for Blogger Recognition Award!

This comes as a total surprise and one of the coolest things to happen to me in professional aspect in a long while - I got nominated for a Blogger Recognition Award by TheNexusScienceBlog! Thanks…

Beer in the two extremes of Europe

I've always been impressed by the new trend of infographics. So much information can be shared in such an accessible way! Hence, I decided to try and create one of my own to see how…

"New call for grants" or "The hunger games"…

               Every year, there is at least one new call for proposals from the big institutions awarding grants for scientific research. In Europe, some of these are the Horizon 2020 program, IRC, Marie Curie, LIFE…