If you want to understand a single cell, molecular biology is your friend. But if you want to understand a cell group and their interaction, division, amassment, and life cycle, you’d better look at the cells themselves, not just the molecules. Continue reading
I’m officially on vacation. On August 26th, we will mix Freud, molecular biology, Woody Allen and Visibility. So, no posts for a few days. But who knows? Life is uncertainty and mystery.
I´ve done a number of things in my life, from being a boy scout to a CEO to manually arranging bowling pins (pin setting was a popular job in my childhood, but automation spoiled my promising career) to an artisan selling bracelets on the beaches of Barcelona to a university professor to a poet to a goalkeeper. Not exactly in that order.
By the time you read this, I should be in Norway. But don’t worry, in two days you will have another tasty post… about bowling pin setting, Stanislavsky, acting classes, banks that catch fire, and hopefully a connection to this blog’s main subject. See you on Thursday!