Blog: Humor

  • Computational science applied to medicine and biology – Varied perspectives

    by: in: Humor, Musingson September 14, 2016

    As a computational scientist, I use and develop numerical models, implement them as computer programs and execute them on supercomputers to simulate physiological flows, with the intention of answering mysterious clinical questions. The interdisciplinary nature of this research leads to varied perspectives by scientific people from different communities. I note some of my (funny and informative) experiences here, mostly gained from conversations during conferences.*

  • Failure is not final

    by: in: Humoron February 19, 2016

    Have you ever felt like a bull in a china shop? Well, if you haven’t and are a top-notch engineer, here is an efficient way to make it happen: take your first steps into experimental biology; success guaranteed!