The Key To Success Lies In Nature

‘Nature makes penicillin; I just found it’ – so said the Scottish bacteriologist and physician, Alexander Fleming, who, in 1945, won the Nobel Prize in medicine for his discovery of the first antibiotic – penicillin. For decades antibiotics were the most effective method of combating bacterial infections and the first cases of resistance were not […]

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Why We Like What We Bite?

Have you ever wondered why you like to eat some foods more than others? What makes you choose one particular brand of chocolate bar, despite the fact that they all look similar? Consumer surveys revealed that taste is the most powerful determinant of our food choices, leaving behind product price or nutritional value. This is […]

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Why Is it Worth Dreaming?

I am sure each one of us deep down is a dreamer, who wants to reach out for the sky in whatever they are truly passionate about. However, a few of us decide to execute our dreams and let me tell you – you should! In order to do so, I would like to share […]

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How mathematical models of game theory might help to understand processes seemingly embedded in culture? Games with funny names such as Stag Hunt, Chicken or Pig and Piglet illustrate various mechanisms of human interaction. They are valued by researchers from fields such as economy and sociology not only for their simplicity and elegance, but also […]


Could the green tea help us with the food security?

The fast developing world faces progressing globalisation and increasing number of people. The following pressures us to rise food production and overcome unfavourable environmental conditions, like drought, for growing area of crop plantations. One of the methods to improve grain yields is the creation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Although GM crops are recognized as […]

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