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Here I am! I am a biologist and have been involved in biomedical scientific research for many years. Enthusiast of mystery and fantasy books, I love sci-fi TV series and films that keep you in suspense. I regularly write academic articles for peer-reviewed journals on topics related to my field of study. Writing is a passion that has been with me since childhood, but I have only recently taken an interest in science popularization. I have a certificate in science journalism, which has allowed me to collaborate with some online science magazines. I believe it is important to bring ordinary people closer to the topics of science, with the respect and seriousness that this discipline deserves, especially at a time like the present, when we are witnessing the continuous distortion of reality and the spread of fake news.
6 weeks ago
Sodium oligomannate, a natural product derived from brown seaweed, is the first new compound approved for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease since 2003. Can a simple sugar be a new cure for patients? This article will give you some hints.
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