L’ayahuasca et l’étreinte des ères
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L’ayahuasca et l’étreinte des ères

  “El abrazo le llevará a lugares históricos donde no existía siquiera el embrión“. – Karamakate, dans El abrazo de la serpiente.     Penser l’ayahuasca comme l’évènement où a lieu une sorte d’étreinte implique l’existence d’altérités humanimaliennes, végetales ou hybrides, organiques ou inorganiques, (é)prises dans l’enlacement de la liane. On peut dès lors réfléchir […]

A sushi journey
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A sushi journey

In Japan, food scientists working in the highly competitive sushi-restaurant industry have for years been searching for ways to attract customers and enhance people’s dining experiences. Recently, a promising method has been to alter the taste and smell of fish used in traditional sushi dishes, which can be achieved by mixing special ingredients into fish […]

C2C12: “That’s science.”
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C2C12: “That’s science.”

My two last trial runs ended up here:  First came the squares. Before even attempting imaging, Dan – a PhD student in the Pelling Lab who has been guiding me on this project – told me the squares wouldn’t work for the imaging. Another problem was that cells had seemingly fallen from the square onto […]