Well, usually, you know, I am quite peaceful-lah. I am so big, I don’t move much, right. 2 meter height,… Read more Tales of the lab: 14 Interview with freezer 2
It is white with a lot of foam and the bubbles are getting larger when I turn the knob on… Read more Tales of the lab: 13 Bubbles
A dragon kiln is a very long furnace for firing a large amount of potteries, that can be one metre… Read more Dragon kiln
The burkas by Mella Jaarsma, which are made from unusual materials like banana peel, squirrel’s skins, snakes. The sonnet in… Read more New materials and systems: an artistic selection (very selective)
Coloured Electron Micrograph of salt formation during drying.
Artificially coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of adhesive protein from squids. At specific conditions of pH and salt, the… Read more The great divide
Science communication is not only about spreading the word of major scientific break-through to the world. It is also, first… Read more One exercise, multiple lessons.
I think you will laugh. But seriously, isn’t there a little bit of martial arts in electron microscopy? Especially in… Read more Tales of the lab 13: The art of electron microscopy
There are some days where nothing is working, when you try to do your best, but no matter how careful… Read more Tales of the lab 12: The emotional lab