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Young Scientist Forum 2011 – getting there

I’m writing you while on the FEBS 2011 congress and I must say I quite enjoyed the Young Scientist Forum meeting that have been held right before the congress. I’ve enjoyed it so much I didn’t had the time to update my blog. But I should first start from the beginning of the first day. […]

Increasing resolution by repetitive Ion-Exchange chromatography

It has been some time since I wrote here: multiple deadlines from my PhD programs and my coming soon trip to Torino, Italy, made me work more on the bench and less on the keyboard. I would like to share with you some really cool stuff that got me quite excited, even after so many […]

Thoughts about going on a Vacation

Going on Vacation – is it THAT important? As was written so elegantly at the Biodata blog, vacation is a routine that should be adopted by all professional, regardless of their theme of profession or their necessity to the company/society. Like every human-engineered device, if it won’t be lubricated and maintained, it’s gonna get broken. […]

Concluding slide: how to prepare for a lecture and enjoy it

“The best lessons are those that learned on your first fall” anonymous Yesterday I’ve pitched for the first time a scientific lecture in front of crystallographic professionals. I was lucky to have my first baptism of fire within the confines of a small annual meeting which is a “soft” landing into the rocks of the […]