Science is gender-neutral and one day this phenomenon will stand as a pillar of our progress. Continue reading XX in science
Science Café – the science news show from the @BlueStreakSci podcast. Continue reading “Science Café”
Mini-interview with Nobel4GMOs mastermind I love this mini-interview, but when I got to read the “I don’t know enough about agri-business to comment on the impact of this deal.” I got extremely frustrated! Scientists and people with knowledge shying away … Continue reading Speak up, Nobel (A repost from my LinkedIn)
This comes as a total surprise and one of the coolest things to happen to me in professional aspect in a long while – I got nominated for a Blogger Recognition Award by TheNexusScienceBlog! Thanks a ton for the nomination … Continue reading Nominated for Blogger Recognition Award!
There is a lot of controversy about vaccines today – after a long period when they were considered to be a savior for humanity. A lot of scientific data since their discovery has been collected on the efficacy, safety and importance of vaccination. Yet, many ethical, safety and philosophical questions still roam in the mind of the wide public. Please take this very short survey on how you have experienced vaccines/vaccination in your life! Thank you! Continue reading Take this survey!
I’ve always been impressed by the new trend of infographics. So much information can be shared in such an accessible way! Hence, I decided to try and create one of my own to see how tedious and feasible it turns … Continue reading Beer in the two extremes of Europe
Every year, there is at least one new call for proposals from the big institutions awarding grants for scientific research. In Europe, some of these are the Horizon 2020 program, IRC, Marie Curie, LIFE 2014-2020, Eureka Eurostars. In total … Continue reading “New call for grants” or “The hunger games” of science
Bulgarian science might be on the slower end of productivity at the moment, and it is so for objective, although not excusable reasons. But it has not always been so. In the 20th century many bulgarian scientists were on the top of their … Continue reading Liberation day, Bulgarian scientists and their discoveries