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As custom content manager, Mariana oversees the creation of written and digital custom content for Technology Networks. After completing an undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires, Mariana moved to Germany. In 2009 she completed her PhD in biological sciences at the Free University of Berlin. Later she worked at the German Cancer Research Centre in Heidelberg, first as a postdoc and next as a senior scientist. Her research focused on animal behavior and neurobiology using different animal models. In 2020 she moved into science communication, before joining Technology Networks in 2021.


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Navigating Eco-Anxiety in Children

This article delves deep into the hearts and minds of our youngest generation, confronting the acute and long-term impact of climate anxiety on children and
shedding light on how we can support young people through these tumultuous times.
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Ensuring Food Security and Building a Successful Career in Science With Dr. Segenet Kelemu

In this interview, Dr. Segenet Kelemu discusses solutions to improve agriculture and food security, the rewarding nature of a career in science and the barriers faced by women in the field.
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Nobel Prize Winner Discusses Research, Motivations and Maintaining a Work-Life Balance

In this interview, Professor May-Britt Moser discusses what led her to a career in science, her research on the neural basis of spatial location and memory, winning a noble prize and raising a family while building a successful career.
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Why Tackling Neurodegeneration Requires Global Partnerships

Neurodegenerative diseases are characterized by synapse dysfunction and the aggregation of proteins in the brain, which ultimately lead to neuronal loss. This article will review the studies and methods powering our growing understanding of the mechanisms behind neurodegenerative disease.
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Towards More Sustainable Labs

Download this infographic to learn about the steps labs are taking to reduce their environmental footprint, critical success factors in achieving sustainability and how instrument and service providers can help.
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Recent Applications of Proteomics

Download this listicle to explore how proteomics is being applied in drug discovery and biomedical research, food industry, agriculture, environmental science and forensics.
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High-Throughput Technologies in Biomedical Research

Download this listicle to learn more about high-throughput screening, mass spectrometry-based technologies, multiomics research and high-throughput drug screening.
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New Advances in Cancer Drug Discovery

Download this listicle to discover new biological insights, explore various drug modalities and uncover novel drug combinations.
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How To Guide

How To Ensure a Successful Western Blot Experiment

Download this free guide to learn more about how to ensure a successful western blot experiment.
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Therapeutic Antibody Engineering: Past, Present and Future

Download this free listicle to learn more about the current scope and future prospects for therapeutic antibody engineering.