Spread your research with External Diffusion!

“We consider that publishing a paper is not the endpoint for a scientist”. We did a little interview with External Diffusion about their work and how they are improving science communication. Check it out! 1. What was the turning point…Read more
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Water on Mars: What you need to know – and see

Researchers have found evidence of an existing body of liquid water on Mars. A new paper titled Radar evidence of subglacial liquid water on Mars was published on Science. The article suggests that liquid water may be sitting under a layer of…Read more
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Nelson Mandela Day: A centenary to take action

Nelson Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader and activist for human rights. Mandela was arrested for conspiring to overthrow the state and sentenced to life imprisonment and stayed in prison for 27 years. Because of the domestic and…Read more
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Adopt a cat month: The science of cats

Are you a cat person? June is the adopt a cat month and as a cat (and dog) person , I am loving it <3 Cats and dogs are the most common domestic animals. However, before they’d conquered our couches…Read more
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Cystic fibrosis awareness month

May is the cystic fibrosis awareness month. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an autosomal recessive genetic disorder. CF is caused by mutations in the gene encoding the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) channel.  This protein is responsible for a variation in…Read more
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Celiac disease: an infographic to understand

May is the celiac-awareness month, a date to call attention to celiac disease. Researchers from all around the world study celiac disease every day, seeking a better quality of life for their patients. And much has already been discovered. Therefore,…Read more
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Article of the Future (sooner than you think!)

Most people think about scientists as information generators and forget about their role in communication. This misconception increases the gap between general public and scientists, even though science goal is to approach these two groups. In fact, making science only…Read more
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Tree of Life: Celebrating the Darwin day!

We celebrate today the Darwin’s day, to honor the birth of Charles Darwin in 02/12/1809. Darwin stands as a major figure in the history of science. He revolutionised our understanding of nature and of the origins of man. He contributed to…Read more
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An illustrated edition: The best stories of field scientists

Sometimes, being a scientist means experience unusual or funny situations during work. The routine of field scientists, everyday life can present unforeseen situations, making great stories. Field scientists shared their most embarrassing #Fieldworkfails in social media, with stories sometimes gross and…Read more
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