As I have already anticipated last week, the differences in the central nervous system (CNS) among vertebrates was a very interesting course, so today I would like to talk about a byword for visual acuity, “hawk-eyed”, and why it is known that birds see better than humans. We use the catchword “hawk-eyed” as an adjective… Continue reading Why do we say “hawk-eyed”?
During my first year of Master’s degree in Neurobiology I had to face quite some striking challenges, that started already during the first semester. I actually had to go back to Physics and this time try to really understand it and apply it to what I have always wanted to study: the brain. As I… Continue reading Where is adult neurogenesis happening?
Eventually, after graduating with a bachelor’s in Biotechnology with an excellent vote, I could go on with my studies and I decided to continue staying at the University of Pavia and enrol in the Neurobiology master’s degree. As I already mentioned in one of my first posts, I always got fascinated by the complexity of… Continue reading Who are the fathers of Neuroscience?
Even though in my previous post I said I wanted to put aside the sad topic of PhD and anxiety and depression, in this week’s post I will talk about a recent news in the scientific world and I will write about the occupational burn-out. Modified from Getty Images On the 28th of May 2019,… Continue reading What is the occupational burn-out syndrome?
Since after one week of holidays back in my hometown in the South of Italy I kind of stabilised myself and recovered a little bit from the PhD stress, this Sunday I can eventually move on from the sad topics of depression and anxiety during PhD studies and I can finally write about my bachelor… Continue reading Can we fight female infertility?