Neil Armstrong

October 2nd: Tranquil  B.A. “Contact light.” N.A. “Shutdown.” B.A. “Okay. Engine stop” C.D. “We copy you down, Eagle.” N.A. “Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.” C.D. “Roger, Tranquility. We copy you on the ground. You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue. We’re breathing again. Thanks a lot.” This is the …

Marie Skłodowska Curie

October 1st: Poisonous Marie Skłodowska Curie was a fighter. During the course of her life: she struggled with depression just after high school; attended a clandestine institution for higher education because women were not allowed at regular institutions; she gave up education to sustain her sister studies; once she had …

Inking science

The people that know me in real life, also know that I have many –way too many– hobbies. This is a big problem because I often get very excited about a new idea, plan every detail, start the project, only to dreadfully remain stranded half way when a new idea …

Rock Chicken Rock!

The Last Jedi is on the big screens, Christmas carols are all around the streets, kids have already looked secretly at their presents.. and while the festive atmosphere fills the air, I am writing my PhD thesis. In the search for the best dissertation title, I have shortlisted: What Bobafett and …

Once upon a time in a lab…

awesome (ˈɔːsəm ) , adjective Extremely impressive or daunting; inspiring awe: the awesome power of the atomic bomb informal Extremely good; excellent: the band is truly awesome! This is the definition of awesome from the Oxford Online Dictionary. I have my own: awesome (ˈɔːsəm ) , adjective Containing at least three of the following: a good friend, geekery, …