Breath analysis and cancer

As you know I LOVE Mass Spectrometry. In previous posts I told you what mass spectrometry is, how I use it to analyze coffee and how it was used in breath analysis to follow the menstrual cycle. Today, I want to explain how mass spectrometry, in particular PTR-MS, was used in cancer research. Scientists canContinue reading “Breath analysis and cancer”

Women in STEM: Keighley

Ninth episode of Women in STEM. Today we host Keighley, a 4th year PhD candidate working on breast cancer and co-founder of Present Your PhD. Hi @scientifikeighley! Would you like to tell us something about you? Hi! My name is Keighley (kay-lee) and I am a 4th year PhD candidate at Baylor University in Waco,Continue reading “Women in STEM: Keighley”

Vaccinate your kids!

Yesterday, I vaccinated my daughter against Meningococcus B. In the last five years an alarming and increasing number of people didn’t vaccinate their children. People are now questioning vaccines safety for no valid reason whatsoever. Through 400+ internet websites and social media, antivaccine groups use fake new to inject fear into parents that vaccines causeContinue reading “Vaccinate your kids!”