It’s small, it’s squishy, it likes warm water and… IT HAS COME TO EAT YOUR BRAINZZZ! Continue reading Amoeba eats BRAINZZZ….
Organoids take over the Biomedical Field By BotsAndBrainz There are at least 50 emails to answer, an experiment to run, lab samples to be ordered, and the supervisor is asking for a manuscript on the latest research findings – and I haven’t even prepared for the conference yet. By the way, which printer did I send my poster to? Sometimes life would be easier if … Continue reading A Brain to Spare
What I learned at the lab today… Continue reading Fruit Consumption on the Fly
Schopenhauer discovers free will – and we’re tagging along for the ride! A quick jump onto the basic Schopenhauerian Throught-Train. Continue reading Free Will(y) by Schopenhauer
By BotsAndBrainz Belaytionships – the one place where you really CAN find true love. 😉 (Also a positive side: since you’re connected by a rope/literal lifeline, they’re the friends that can never actually run away!) Just a little evening sketch to get my mind off science. Hope you enjoy. 🙂 Continue reading How To Presents: Belaytionships
Are viruses dead or alive? Since the discovery of Megaviruses, this question has been source for many discussions. Should we overturn our current theories on viral evolution? Continue reading Schrödinger’s Virus – Dead or Alive?
We are singular as a species in learning and memorizing. But in some disorders, like the “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder” (PTSD), learning and memory have gone terribly wrong. What’s the basis for PTSD in the brain? And can we develop a proper animal model to help patients? Continue reading I Smell Trouble
Time to thank your lucky stars for teachers. Where (and more importantly) who would we be without them? Continue reading Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!
by BotsAndBrainz Originally, this was not supposed to turn into a travel blog. Then again, I am a traveling scientist. And the city I last visited (and had some great scientific insights in), is such a classic in the league of overachievers in the natural sciences, that I feel obliged to tell you about my weekend in Cambridge. I arrived late at the station of … Continue reading Encountering Cambridge
Something smells fishy about quantum mechanics in biology… Or does it? Discover what scientists believe to be the science of smell. Continue reading The Mysterious and the Strange – The Smell of Quantum Mechanics