Monthly Archives: July 2012

Cure for scientific writersblock.

One of the most difficult processes of a scientific career is writing papers. You plan, you execute, you analyze the life out of your data, you spend countless days with your subject, data set, cells, humans, animals, you name it…. But then it comes the time when you have to share your findings and the […]

What movies shouldn’t teach you

After purchasing the Alien quadrology I was very excited to see all the movies again after so many years. One week and all four movies were consumed. But instead of leaving me with that fascination that it initially left me with as a child, it left me with somewhat of a frustration. Alien 3 was […]