Giacomo is a budding molecular biologist who has developed his interest for Science during… his classical studies! The study of literature, art, greek and latin culture made him trust in the beauty of truth and he is convinced that Science has the most powerful means to seek it. But he thinks that this is not enough: it is essential to communicate Science and true information properly and make it accessible to everyone, giving everybody the possibility to be engaged in a meaningful debate. Giacomo joined TheScienceBreaker fascinated by the perspective of dealing with the work of other colleagues as well as of being regularly updated with scientific discoveries. His motto: “Science for knowledge”.
Giacomo is the editor of 3 Breaks:
Vaccine hope against a sexually transmitted disease: the answer to the burgeoning rise in a superbug
The current study highlights the effect of a meningococcal vaccine on gonorrhoea, a disease caused by a superbug that has evaded vaccine development for over 100 years.Jul 3, 2018 | 3.5 min read
The ancient origin of some modern Asian populations revealed by ancient DNA
Studying ancient DNA can help us to travel backward in time to the origins of modern populations. A study on human remains from 8000 years ago sheds light on the ancient origin of modern Asian populations.Apr 25, 2018 | 3 min read
Alzheimer’s: A New Approach to Treating an Old Disease
A study evidences the potential benefits of fisetin, a natural molecule found in strawberries, in fighting Alzheimer's disease.Apr 3, 2018 | 3.5 min read