Bhavna is a young researcher at the National Institute of Molecular Genetics (INGM) in Milan, Italy. Her Alma Mater is the Florida Institute of Technology from which she graduated with honors in Biochemistry. She continued her education at ETH Zurich where she gained a Microbiology and Immunology master degree with research experience centered on human nutrition, food microbiology and biochemistry. She is now actively involved in the research of human regulatory T-cells in cancer.
Alex is an Anglo-Italian with a profound interest in science, the humanities and how they interlink. Having completed a PhD in molecular neuroscience from UCL, he has now moved into the field of scientific writing and is based in Oxford. His articles will focus on his scientific, cultural and philosophical interests. Whether seemingly more abstract or concrete in theme, they will be linked by one thing: a desire to address what really matters in the context of a sometimes impersonal modernity.