Women in STEM: Dr Zoë

My 43rd guest is Dr Zoë, an analytical chemist, who develops new technology to help keep water supplies safe and a mental health advocate. Hi Dr Zoë! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? Hi, I’m Zoë. I am an analytical research scientist in industry working on designing new technologyContinue reading “Women in STEM: Dr Zoë”

Women in STEM: dr. Tahira

My 31st guest is dr. Tahira, an Italian-Pakistani biochemist, who had courage to speak up for herself! Hi @Dr_Tahira_Anwar! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? My name is Tahira and I was born in Rome (Italy) from Pakistani parents. My parents moved to Rome in 1978 and both meContinue reading “Women in STEM: dr. Tahira”

Breastfeeding and mental health

Today I want to talk about a very delicate topic: breastfeeding. We all know that milk produced by women is the best nutritional choice for newborn. Just to give you an example, recently, on Nature Zeng and collaborators published a very interesting paper regarding maternal milk and enteric diseases. Babies in developing countries often sufferContinue reading “Breastfeeding and mental health”