Murals are gigantic street wall paintings, modern versions of Roman or Renaissance Italian frescos. In her 80’s documentary “Mur Murs”,… Read more San Diego’s Chicano murals
That’s it. We are in 2020. A nice even number. Or shall we say: “We are in 2020, already!” On… Read more What is the speed of time?
Just recently a scientific publication came out where artificial intelligence (AI) was used to prove that the famous French Molière’s… Read more Still so much to learn about language, culture and history.
More than 2 years traveling around in Asia, summary in (very) short: I was quite surprised by the “colonial” architecture… Read more Voyage, voyage
“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]
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.
Have you ever attended a tupperware meeting? I, no. But I have attended a “Corporate Make-Up Workshop” organised for free… Read more More women at the workplace = new jobs!
Reflections and thoughts after the event “Conversation with Helga Nowotny”, moderated by Jannelle Thompson, associate director at the Singapore- MIT… Read more Under Singapore’s angle: women in STEM
This is the end, hold your breath and count to ten. My 18-months postdoctoral position is coming to the end.… Read more Tales of the lab 22: Post-doc overview
Today, the microscope has decided to show me life in pink. Or rather reconstituted, alike, life. In pink. These are… Read more Life in pink
Wikipedia writes: “A robot is a machine capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically.” This is incomplete:… Read more Is it a robot?
Words communicate meanings, but are also representative of ways of reasoning and thinking. After more than a year is Asia… Read more Science, Technology or Lifestyle?
Citizen science consists for professional scientist in using the observations and data collected by the general public. Since it is… Read more Citizen science: who is Sanae Watanabe?
Reaching high packing density is a challenge faced by engineers to make hard tough parts, but also faced by urban… Read more High-density cities might look like our cells.
Butterflies with the largest and most colourful wings inhabit the Tropics, so do plants with the largest leaves and most… Read more A very considerate plant?
Since the second half of the 18th century and the Lumières, technical progress has been, with rare exceptions, antithetic to… Read more Getting inspiration from bamboo to build our next green technologies
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.
This year once more, the Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry was attributed. This year once more, the Nobel Prize… Read more The big men of physics and chemistry.
Safety rules are (or should be) universal. When safety issues are raised we are all equal. Aren’t we all “hurt… Read more International Safety Licence?
Experimentalists are in many ways different from theorists. Those behind their lab benches and those behind the black board. Earlier… Read more Experimentalists : trust what you see.