‘Seafood Tango’. Full show

Let me show you a short video, with lots of music and few clothes. Plus, you’ll learn about contaminants in food. The Internet is about to explode! Last May I performed my last show at the SETAC Europe 27th annual meeting. It was a cabaret about contaminants in seafood from Europe. More precisely, it was…

Science slam: Enjoy learning science

A year ago I introduced some of you to the science slam world through my application. It’s about time to tell you about the consequences of that. In April 2015, I performed in a special session of a scientific congress. The aim of that session was to present our work in a way that it…

Let’s save the water ecosystems

This has been the busiest autumn ever for me. And you are to blame. ‘You’ meaning any living creature on Earth, but mainly humans as the source of the problem. For the last three months I’ve had a huge load of work from three research projects. They all study chemical pollution in water and its…

I’m interviewed at Ràdio Vilafranca

Few of this blog’s readers might know that last Monday 9th of June the radio station of my hometown, Ràdio Vilafranca, broadcasted an interview to me in the magazine Penedès gamma extra. Carla Sanmartín and Daniel García Peris interview bloggers from my hometown area or who write about related topics, e. g. wine, since Penedès…

The chemist as a Pokémon trainer: sampling

It’s not the first appearance of chemistry or Pokémon in this blog; it is, nevertheless, the first time they meet in a single post. Have you ever wondered where the samples that chemists analyze come from? And I’m not talking about that piece of fabric from the murderer’s jacket in CSI; I mean the ones…