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    Magdalena Osial

    Magdalena Osial is an academic teacher and researcher from the University of Warsaw. Her research focuses on nanomaterials and their application in medicine and the environment. She works on several interdisciplinary projects including electrochemical sensors, medical diagnostics, pollution monitoring, and engineering. Her passion is science popularization, so when she is not in the laboratory she enjoys science workshops for kids. Usually, she spends her free time sharing her passion for science, hiking, drawing, old-school PC games, and board games. contact: mosial@chem.uw.edu.pl

Author's Posts

  • Clever neural networks – artificial and biological

    Clever neural networks – artificial and biological0

    “A meticulous virtual copy of the human brain would enable basic research on brain cells and circuits or computer-based drug trials” Henry Markram What is the fastest computer in the world? What a difficult question! Colossal progress in technology constantly presents novel solutions in data operations. However, the performance of these supercomputers is still far

  • The neurotransmitter of passion

    The neurotransmitter of passion0

    The brain is the master of human sexual behavior. It plays an important role in sexual desire, arousal, and orgasm. Sex is a complex process, which involves many neural networks. What chemicals are involved in capturing the pleasure of sex? What makes us stubbornly pursue it? Let’s explore what having sex looks like from our

  • Motion Sickness On A Board

    Motion Sickness On A Board0

    The Industrial Revolution changed our lifestyle. It made it possible to cross long distances faster than ever before. However, some people did not fully adapt to the new ways of travelling. What is going on? Travelling has never been easier. But, for some of us, being a passenger can be a nightmare.  When we sit

  • The Science Behind Falling in Love

    The Science Behind Falling in Love0

    Cupid’s Arrow strikes suddenly and unexpectedly. Starry eyes, butterflies fluttering in the stomach, sleeplessness, and overwhelming joy. We fall in love. And the real chemical boom in our body and brain has just started off. Is love just a chemical reaction, or is there more to it? Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting