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Collaboration with the Women in Tech

The Women in Tech, an America association that brings together successful female entrepreneurs asked me to cooperate with them and record a video-tutorial to promote women in science and tech. The first part covers the use of social media for personal branding and the second one focuses on my idea of a woman of success. I still feel overwhelmed by this collaboration. They always … Read More Collaboration with the Women in Tech

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All the plastic-free items I bought

I hate plastic. It’s polluting our environment and destroying marine life. I recently wrote an article about Ooho, an edible and biodegradable membrane, which will hopefully substitute single-use plastic. I will now share a few items that I bought to improve sustainability and help the only planet we have to live and last longer. Here the list: (click the link to buy these items … Read More All the plastic-free items I bought

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Real stories: sexual harassment in academia.

One of the major issues in academia arose in 2017 was sexual harassment. In the wake of #MeToo, women from within various fields have come together to share stories of their abusive experiences collectively.  To reveal the scale of the problem in academia, Karen Kelsky, a former professor, created her anonymous survey that chronicles the extent of sexual harassment inside the wall of the ivory tower. The document, … Read More Real stories: sexual harassment in academia.

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Collaboration with Stories in Science

The original version of this article can be found on the storiesinscience.org website. How my PhD Training is empowering me Story Key Points Keep an open mind about academia Seeking for non-traditional paths after graduation is not a failure Extra-curricular activities are not waste of time Growing up, I was fascinated by atoms, acids, bases, and basically any chemical reaction. I knew by the … Read More Collaboration with Stories in Science

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Depression and anxiety due to academic life

“Sometimes I feel I’m gonna break down and cry” It sounds like you, right? You are no longer enjoying going to work, eventually throwing up on the street. You maybe experienced some panic attack while sampling, or wanted to smash your laboratory. You even thought that if you stayed at home for a couple of months, nobody would have noticed and/or given a shit. … Read More Depression and anxiety due to academic life

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The sugar tax to tackle a social epidemy: Obesity

According to the National Centre of Health, more than one-third of Americans are obese, around 37% of the population. The estimated annual medical cost of obesity in the U.S. was $147 billion in 2008; the medical costs for people who have obesity were $1,429 higher than those of normal weight. The UK is the most obese country in western Europe, according to the Organisation for … Read More The sugar tax to tackle a social epidemy: Obesity

Life of a PhD student – Be unstoppable

How is it like to do a PhD? And how it is like to be a woman in science? I made this video to tell you about it. To tell how my PhD made me unstoppable. I encourage you to do the same, share your story on Instagram, Twitter or Youtube using the hashtags #phdtosuccess #beunstoppable

Ooho – The edible water bottle

The Great Pacific garbage patch, also described as the Pacific trash vortex is a giant island of plastic in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean. The patch is made of plastic, chemical sludge and other debris trapped by the current of the North Pacific Gyre. The size of the patch is unknown. Estimates of size range from 700000 square kilometres (about the size … Read More Ooho – The edible water bottle

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Interview with the Godmother of the Silicon Beach: Cam Kashani

Cameron Kashani is an Iranian-American entrepreneur, the founder of COACCEL, the Human Accelerator, and the co-founder of Coloft, the first co-working space in Los Angeles for technology startups and entrepreneurs. She was featured in Forbes and other magazines as one of the most inspirational women in technology. She earned the title of Godmother of the Silicon Beach, and her enterprise, COACCEL, trained more than 4000 Entrepreneurs and 700 … Read More Interview with the Godmother of the Silicon Beach: Cam Kashani

The periodic Table – Iron

This video about the periodic table has been recorded in a special location: Paris. Learn more about Fe and its interesting facts. Did you enjoy this video? Make a comment below