Entries by Dorota Paczesniak, PhD

A handful of podcast recommendations from the Crastina crew

For the Science and Sound theme Crastina’s editors and writers compiled a subjective selection of podcast episodes that impressed, amused, and inspired us. Explore the variety of topics and formats, and immerse yourself in these fascinating stories and conversations.   ◊ Episode info: What do colors look like when you sing them?  This episode investigates […]

A handful of podcast recommendations from the Crastina crew

For the Science and Sound theme Crastina’s editors and writers compiled a subjective selection of podcast episodes that impressed, amused, and inspired us. Explore the variety of topics and formats, and immerse yourself in these fascinating stories and conversations.   ◊ Episode info: What do colors look like when you sing them?  This episode investigates […]

Dr Marek Skupinski – visual artist and scientific illustrator

With a PhD in physics, trained in materials science and nanotechnology, Marek Skupinski is an author of scientific illustrations, book covers and editorial illustrations for newspapers and magazines. In addition, he is a founder of Hyperfine Studios which specialize in visualizations of scientific concepts through images and animations. Crastina got in touch for a short […]

Let’s have a productive conversation about GMO – but first, stop saying “GMO”!

This article is a part of Crastina’s theme ”Approaching the Disbelievers”, written by Dorota Paczesniak   Compared to the buzz around new iPhones or electric cars, innovations in food production don’t get people excited. Instead, many think of ”GMO” as something that should be avoided, if not banned. But the real question isn’t pro- or […]