In my previous post I shared with you the commotion of getting to Madrid for the tri-annual world-wide crystallographers meeting, the International Union of Crystallography 22nd congress. Sound really bombastic and for a reason as three years in the scientific life of many crystallographers is the difference between no progress to determining a structure (or […]
It has been some time since I have wrote here; I have been too busy writing the BSF grant before taking the flight to Madrid for the tri-annual meeting of world wide crystallophers. Madrid is a wonderfull setup for this meeting with plan aimed at Macro and small -molecule crystallography as well as other specialized […]
I was writing this post on the last day of the FEBS congress, evening was falling fast in the old part of Torino as I was recollecting all my scientific and personal experiences from the excellent YSF meeting. See my previous post for the first part of this special meeting.
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.
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 […]
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. […]
“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 […]