Hej, Today is 1st of May, also known as Labour Day. 1st of May is a non-working day for most people in Sweden, but since I’m such a hardworking person I’m spending my Labour Day in the lab trying to deal with this thing we call cancer. Fortunately I’m not alone in the lab. One… Read More Last week of April was great!
SciLifeDay April 10th 2014 by SciLifeLab at Aula Medica, KI (with Keynote lectures including Craig Venter, Jan Ellenberg, Janet Thornton & Svante Pääbo!) When later heard that 800 seats for the event were sold out within few hours since the registration opened on a Friday morning, I felt extremely lucky to get the entry ticket!… Read More “Life at the speed of light” – SciLifeDay 2014 by SciLifeLab
For many students extracurricular activities are something that is as important as their studies. Many find it natural to take part in activities or events (not hobbies) that are related to school but not necessarily directly related to their studies. In my case, I unfortunately have to admit that during my entire undergrad period as… Read More My big revelation: the importance of extracurricular activities and its amazing consequences
A while back ago a former classmate of mine, who is also a PhD student at KI, was complaining on Facebook that her research wasn’t going forward. She had spent years on doing countless of experiments for a project that didn’t give any positive data. As you can imagine she felt much stress and frustration.… Read More Hey scientist! Just do the opposite and everything will be fine