This week I will follow up with my MRes time in York (UK) (have a look here if you missed my last post) and, after presenting to you the medical problem behind my research, today I would use this post to talk about bacteria. Indeed, bacteria are very important for the humankind and they are… Continue reading Why are bacteria important?
Today I would like to make a brief interruption on the posts about my path on the biological field and I would like to celebrate the day of women in science, that was on the 11th of February. To do so, and since on my last two posts I talked about the DNA, I would… Continue reading How did Rosalind Franklin contribute to solve the DNA structure?
After that brief lesson on evolution where we learnt how life as we know it was reached by cooperation and by increasing complexity via task differentiation both inside the cells and among cells, we started analysing the different cells' compartments. It was captivating to realise the economy of a system composed by different players cooperating… Continue reading Is our life span already written in our DNA?