PhD Study Tips – How to organize those research papers you should be reading now. (Yes, I mean you, Procrastinator!) Follow these easy 6 steps, and maybe, your research project won’t drown in a massive pile of papers you might’ve read, but can’t remember! Continue reading PhD Study Tips – How to organize the papers you should be reading now.
Read and see what King Ramses IV stuck into his eye sockets! Also, French Onion Soup recipe. Continue reading Cooking with BotsAndBrainz and Onion Soup Fun Facts
The crystal of death. The proteins we’ve been observing all week are trapped inside the crystal structure. The brain cell – doomed. Find out how a single cell’s death spirals out of control – and ends in Alzheimer’s Disease… Continue reading Pt. 4 Longevity and Alzheimer’ Disease – A Story in Art
I will be hanging out in my neighborhood Chapter One Coffee Café at the ungodly times from 9am till 11am this Saturday. Come have breakfast with me, test the coffee and talk science to/with/at me while we slurp away the bean juice! We can talk about learning and memory, your brain, and you’ll get to meet Fred and Frieda, my Fruitfly Friends! Continue reading Come have breakfast with me, your local Berlin #KiezNerd!
The passing of time changes our body in a way that even the tiny droplets feel – and dislike. Once, the little drops of proteins would flow freely – in an old brain, they turn into… Continue reading Pt. 3 Longevity and Alzheimer’ Disease – A Story in Art
Yesterday I talked about proteins that form droplets inside the cell. Those droplets are used to react to Times Of Stress – heat shock alarm! Find out what happens in your cells in a sauna. 😉 Continue reading Pt. 2 Longevity and Alzheimer’ Disease – A Story in Art
Approximately one out of seven of people in 2040 will be affected by Alzheimer’s disease. As of today, the true cause of Alzheimer is still unknown. Biophysicists have a new idea what might be going wrong… Continue reading Pt. 1 Longevity and Alzheimer’ Disease – A Story in Art
BotsAndBrainz is exhibiting a four-panel artwork at the State Studio Berlin. Who and what else is on display? Read on to find out! Continue reading Longevity and Alzheimer’ Disease – A Story in Art
The Trident and the Seamonster – WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT?! There are even more sub-regions inside the hippocampus! The brain is complex, and memories have to get into the hippocampus somewhow. Is a trident the key to tame the seamonster? Continue reading Zoom 5 – The Trident and the Seamonster
Welcome back to Zoom 4 – we’re now going to single out the hippocampus, which also goes by another name… But who was this Ammon, and why’s he got horns? Read on to find out! Continue reading Zoom 4 – The Horn of Ammon
It started with a bike accident. Not even a decade later, a man had to live forever in the present moment. The story of the most important patient in neuroscience. Continue reading Zoom 3 – The Unforgettable Story of the Man who could not Remember – Patient H.M.