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Massimo Caine

Founder and Director

About Massimo

Harnessing his dual expertise in molecular biology and digital communications, Massimo is a steadfast advocate for science, striving to weave it into the fabric of everyday life. As the founder and editor-in-chief of TheScienceBreaker, he is not just chasing a dream, but actively building a reality where society and science walk hand-in-hand. His aspiration is not one of distant admiration, but of close collaboration: empowering every individual with scientific understanding and fostering a collective enthusiasm for discovery. His vision is one of unity, where society acknowledges the integral role of science and technology in shaping our shared future.

Massimo is the editor of 344 Breaks:

Did Homo naledi meet Homo sapiens in South Africa?

Wheather or not we are alone in the Universe, we probably haven't been alone on Earth for a long while. Homo naledi might have been more than a simple neighbor who shared our evolutive path.

Feb 8, 2018 | 4 min read
Lego blocks for precise gene editing

Gene editing, the molecular technique which allows DNA modifications, is evolving to an unprecedented precision. CRISPR-Cas9, the groundbreaking tool used in this context, is now more and more precise thanks to...lego blocks!

Feb 6, 2018 | 4 min read
A novel treatment for inherited blinding eye diseases

The innovative molecular technique known as CRISPR/Cas9 opens new landscapes for treating genetic disorders otherwise incurable.

Feb 1, 2018 | 3.5 min read
Short bursts of exercise improve brain function

Mens sana in corpore sano - this old latin way of saying correlates physical health (corpore sano) with mental activity (mens sana). But how can we cope with these guidelines in our hectic ways of living? Well, 10 minutes a day might be all that you need.

Jan 18, 2018 | 3 min read
Moby, can you hear me whale?

Capable of an outstanding panel of sounds, whales have developed an acute sense of hearing to take advantage of this fine way of communicating underwater. Looking backward, when whales were non-aquatic organisms, how this sense of hearing evolved?

Jan 11, 2018 | 3.5 min read
Global contamination of honey by insecticides

A worldwide survey has uncovered a widespread contamination of commercial honeys with neonicotinoids (agricultural insecticides). What does this mean for us and for the bees producing the honey?

Dec 18, 2017 | 3.5 min read