Women in STEM: Michelle

Today I have the pleasure to publish my interview with Michelle, a biologist, an artist, a nutrition student and a cephalops’ fan. Hi mypetcephalopod! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? Hi, I’m Michelle! I’m in my early 20s and in the second year of my MSc in Nutritional SciencesContinue reading “Women in STEM: Michelle”

Brain development in children

The majority of human brain’s structure is shaped in the first 3 years of life. In details, when a child is born, his/her brain size and architecture is only 25% of the adult size. At age 1 is about 70%, and at age 3 is around 85%. The first 1000 days are, thus, quite importantContinue reading “Brain development in children”