Author Archives: Saumyadip

About Saumyadip

Science Communicator and Biologist. Keep interests in host-pathogen interaction research. Specifically bacterial infection mechanism, host infection evasion and immune susceptibility of host. PhD student at Academia Sinica Molecular and Cell Biology, Taiwan

Homework before PhD interview

If you have cleared your application and invited for PhD interview then you should prepare now for the final exam based on your application. The interview is based on your performance, knowledge, skills which you can explain to the examiners … Continue reading

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Life in dirt can be savior of human health

There are about 8.7 million species on Earth and among those millions only one we exist called Homo sapiens [1]. Now being a Homo sapiens are we existing alone? If we consider the total number of cells we have in … Continue reading

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Biomysteries Episode 3 – The Telomere Effect

Being a human being the question does arise about our mortality, diseases and aging. Human beings are made up of zillions of cells and inside each cells there is nucleus. The nucleus is an essential part to protect our genetic … Continue reading

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3 things you need for Science Communication

Science communication is much more important while you are involved with experimental science. There are science communicators who are even not associated with core science that we researchers publish in research journals. It is much difficult to express science in … Continue reading

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Biomysteries Episode 2: Breaking Down the Outer wall of Gram Negative Bacteria

Several groups of gram negative bacteria becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics. The antibiotics that can able to target gram-positive bacteria cannot able to target gram negative bacteria. The thick outer wall of gram negative bacteria is impermeable to antibiotics. A … Continue reading

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Biomysteries Episode 1 – What is science communication?

Science communication is an integral part after experimentation. There are huge amount of research that is published every day and updated regularly. As a science communicator it is important to look into the importance, the hypothesis and profitable outcome. So why … Continue reading

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A big picture of Ebola Transmission during 2013-2016 outbreak can stop future outbreaks

A globalized effort by international team of scientists, clinicians, non-governmental organizations, drug companies and many more to eradicate Ebola that shook with vast West African epidemic was brought down in 2016. A review article co-authored with Dr. Aftab Ahmad and … Continue reading

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MiTalk Episode 4: Basics of Hepatitis C Virology

Hepatitis is caused by the inflammation of the liver. The condition may also progress to cirrhosis or fibrosis and/or even liver cancer. Hepatitis is caused by an infection of virus, but apart from this causative agent toxic substances like alcohol … Continue reading

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Mesentery – The New Organ can now change the history of Human Anatomy

Although the scientific research is advancing in recent times there are many things which still remained unexplored. In biomysteries lets me introduce you to a new organ that remained unexplored. Researchers from Ireland identified a part of our digestive tract, … Continue reading

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Older than “Oldest Water Found” in Canada – Unfolds mystery about Life on Earth

“Where there is life there is hope” – it has been an important quote we use to deliver anything significant about “hope”. Similarly a biological mystery was brought near at Canada where scientists had came for the oldest water, has … Continue reading

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