The technique that sounds like science-fiction is here, how we plan to implement it is up to us, ALL OF US. Gene editing is making its way to the clinic sooner then we think. Many of us might be confronted with gene editing in the future, so what will we do and have we indeed gotten to the point of no return?
MindMint is interviewing members of the Pronkjewail Doctoral Training programme - an international project at University Medical Center Groningen that focuses on helping patients especially likely to suffer from infections. The project is divided into four different pillars, and today we focus on pillar one: Vaccines and Primary Prevention.
Here is an interview with Jeroen Alkema, a PhD student at Wageningen University, who works with an insect of agricultural importance. Jeroen is a public outreach enthusiast and in this article he tells us about his perspectives and plans of scientific public outreach. Read on to know more.
Self-regulated learning is like doing groceries. Self-regulated learners are “metacognitively, motivationally, and behaviourally active participants in their own learning”. but what does it mean in practice?
A long table with steamy pots, a relaxed barbecue in the park or maybe even that well-deserved kebap after a night out with friends; eating can make us very happy. However, it is not just the food which makes it so pleasant. There’s more to your meal than just the food!
Clinical trials are basically a test drive for a new treatment or medicine. The first recorded trial dates back to ancient Babylon, while the first controlled trial - much like what we rely on today - was held as early as 1747!