Margot is a dynamic and creative jack-of-all-trades. She chose to study Biology (she is currently doing a PhD in Molecular Biology at the University of Geneva), however, focusing on doing one single thing has always been difficult for her. Therefore, her activity within TheScienceBreaker as Scientific Editor enables her to broaden her playing field, while keeping herself informed about discoveries outside of her domain of expertise. Being her mission, Margot firmly believes in the importance of direct communication between scientists and laypeople.
Margot is the editor of 2 Breaks:
When did land appear over water (and why does it matter)?
Our Earth did not always look like the yellow-blue planet surrounded by clouds that we know today. Changes in the relative abundance of markers present in ancient waters and trapped in old rocks could be linked to the appearance of free oxygen in the atmosphere.Feb 12, 2019 | 4 min read
The mystery of mistletoe mitochondria
Respiration is one of life’s most important chemical reactions as it provides energy for the cell. However, the festive plant mistletoe does it differently to all other multi-celled organisms.Dec 21, 2018 | 4 min read