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One day in the lab my friend Andrew briefly mentioned that someone he knew had kickstarted cute enamel pins, this idea firmly planted itself in my brain. Could I produce … Continue reading From idea to Kickstarter – enamel pins
Ben at the Life Science Centre asked me: “Can you talk about your work on the Evolution of Bacterial Cell Shape to Children in about 5 minutes?” I don’t know… … Continue reading What do a corkscrew and a bacteria have in common?
“Women cannot do plant science.” A plant scientist once told me about an urban legend at his old lab. Apparently, all results went haywire whenever a female scientist had worked … Continue reading Smelling trouble: plant hormones and cosmetics