More than 2 years traveling around in Asia, summary in (very) short: I was quite surprised by the “colonial” architecture… Read more Voyage, voyage
Being able to see what others do not see needs a training of the eye; and this for microscopic images,… Read more Tales of the lab 36 : image description
Dental health has a lot to do with politics. Business attire compulsory. This week was the second KI-NTU (Karolinska Institutet… Read more KI-NTU joint research conference: the future of oral healthcare
Humans are not the only ones to get diseases and cancers. Unfortunately, so is the case as well for any… Read more 3D printing of implants… for birds
It is a self-heating sleeping mask, with jasmine scent, for relaxing, sealing in a vacuum-tight bag. The mask contains iron… Read more I tried it for you : self-heating mask.
The office open space is a large room with faint light. A floor up, after a few minutes in the… Read more Tales of the lab 35: Setting 5
This is a tiny room with three small desks and three people, sitting facing the wall. The floor is a… Read more Tales of the lab 34: Setting 4
You are entering the building from the ground floor. The is a small hall, with a corridor on the left… Read more Tales of the lab 33: Setting 3
We are standing in a large room, filled with cosy reddish office chairs, creamy tables, and black desktops. In the… Read more Tales of the lab 32: Setting 2
We are indoors, a large window panel stands on the right, with a glass door opening to a suspended outdoor… Read more Tales of the lab 31: Setting 1
Please do not fear enter my office after reading what follows… it’s just amazing how one can have so much… Read more Tales of the lab 30 : a door stopper story, social experiment
“Little Power Big Influence”. A chiasm and an oxymoron. An oxymoron chiasm? This is the title of the sharing session… Read more Free easy tips to boost underrepresented communities presence in our job [research and academia]
Generally, when you prepare a thin layer of a material, warping is not desired: the material needs to retain its… Read more The Ikebana of warping.
Australia staged its first Nature conference on the topic of Biomimetics in Bioengineering this beginning of August, under the radiant… Read more Australia’s Biomimetics in Bioengineering
Rare-earth metals and room-size equipments are impressive and make one’s feel like a true scientist. But no need to go… Read more Tales of the lab 28: magic crystal, on the glass slide, who, now, is the fairest one of you?
What could be more inspiring than watching and listening to a successful and happy lady sharing about her career and… Read more Career tips from senior executive.
The Afghanistan war has been on since 9/11. And does not seem ready to end soon. The politics involved there… Read more Book review: What the f*** is going on there ? Adrenaline shots in paper.
There is a general enthousiasm to render stiff objects flexible. Flexible electronics, soft robotics, even bendable thin ceramic and conformable… Read more Dress like porcelain
Research student of my dreams, aka SOMD, is curious and motivated. SOMD comes to the university each morning, in good… Read more Tales of the lab 27 : SOMD, research student of my dreams