Topic: 3D Imaging and quantitative analysis of intact tissues and organs

My PhD thesis focuses on imaging methods that enable visualization and analysis of tissue and organs in 3D over a period of time, which leads to a better understating of tissue development and maintenance. Organs and tissues are highly complex structures that come together to form whole organisms. Scientists have spent hundreds of years fully… Read More Topic: 3D Imaging and quantitative analysis of intact tissues and organs

Can we fix it? Yes we can!

(Mood: optimistic) We are in middle of constant discussions about world problems from gender equality to global warming and a need of clean water (that Oksana described in her inspiring post entitled ‘The taste of water’ https://researcherblogski.wordpress.com/2018/12/14/the-taste-of-the-water/). These discussions are not only led by politicians, scientists and activists but also by everyman in the streets of… Read More Can we fix it? Yes we can!

#10 ‘Good things come to those who wait’ – a germ of 2017

What is your favourite TV show in 2017? Have you already seen new series such as ‘13 Reasons Why’ or ‘Handmaid’s Tale’? Were you counting days until the release of next season of ‘House of Cards’, ‘Games of Thrones’ or ‘Stranger Things’? Or maybe you had to wait many years for a next season of… Read More #10 ‘Good things come to those who wait’ – a germ of 2017

Meet New Blogger: Dagmara Kaczynska on daily rituals and habits of scientists

Hello everyone! My name is Dagmara and I am a PhD at Karolinska Institutet. I graduated from molecular biology at the University of Gdansk in Poland. I love travelling so I couldn’t stay still during my undergrad and I did a part of my studies in Glasgow and Paris. As I found it difficult to… Read More Meet New Blogger: Dagmara Kaczynska on daily rituals and habits of scientists