All Bio(tech) things considered...

Knowledge in life sciences is conveyed  by rigorous scientific publicaton and secret gardens - what scientists imagine but can't research or publish yet or never will. In this blog, we will try to connect these two opposing ways of sharing science and to provide you with occasional glimpses of what is at the heart of the biotech revolution: the promise of better, longer and healthier lives.

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19
Oct
Biotechnology for Beginners, Second edition. Co-authored by Vanya Loroch
By Vanya Loroch, Ph D Biotech Industry
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 Biotechnology for Beginners is a one-of-a-kind, award-wining reference textbook aimed at anyone interested in any aspect of biotechnology. First published in German in 2006, it offers the reader a grand tour of the biotech revolution that has been taking place in the last... 20,000 years! Just like our live courses, the book tells stories about the science, the problems it helps solve, the issues, the people and the hopes for the future.  I feel very proud and honoured to have...
21
Oct
BIOLINK-EXPRESS, A FRAMEWORK FOR ALL STAKEHOLDERS IN LIFE SCIENCES
By Vanya Loroch, Ph D Biotech Industry, Media and communications, Pharma industry
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Transforming scientific information into science education.!
21
Oct
The Storytelling of Science and the Science of Storytelling
By Vanya Loroch, Ph D Biotech Industry, Life science support industry, Other
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Stories are arguably among the most effective means to communicate and teach. The reason is simple: stories are merely frameworks to create opportunities to experience different emotions and humans learn principally through emotions.