About Robert Galasso

I'm Robert Galasso, Master's degree in Biology, with a pathological-molecular address. I have always been fascinated by science and its numbers. I am also passionate about psychology and convinced of the importance of disseminating scientific knowledge to have a positive impact on people's health and well-being.


2023-11-23T12:10:17+01:0023 November 2023|Categories: Curiosity|Tags: , , , |

Il film I Origins, directed by Mike Cahille and released in 2014, won the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and was filmed in several locations around the world, including India, he Nepal, Iceland and the United States. It tells the story of Ian Gray, a molecular biologist who studies the evolution of human eyes and firmly believes in science. At the origin of the human eye The protagonist is completely fascinated by the human eye, so much so that he wants to photograph every eye he meets, to the point of making it the purpose of his work. Ian, indeed, wants to study how human eyes [...]


2023-10-23T12:25:16+02:002 October 2023|Categories: Curiosity|Tags: , , , , , , |

Our mind is subject to systematic automatisms, even if we don't know! We often fall into many traps of the mind without realizing it. These traps, sometimes, they can lead us to a wrong perception of reality and events. Because of these patterns, on some occasions, we may not be able to review a story, an event or phenomenon in a realistic and objective manner, but we are inevitably influenced by our internal judgment. Judgment that follows certain patterns and leads us to imprecise interpretations, reaching erroneous conclusions. Nobody is excluded, we all have cognitive biases that arise from assumptions, [...]

How plants defend themselves

2023-10-02T11:51:47+02:0028 July 2023|Categories: Curiosity, Nature|Tags: , , , , , , , |

How plants defend themselves? If there is a way plants can't defend themselves, that's running away. Plants, indeed, they are immobile (although not that much). But then how do they defend themselves from the attack of various parasites, like microorganisms, virus, mushrooms, insects, hungry predators and competition from other plants? Not only, they must also be able to protect themselves from various physical factors and critical conditions, such as a shortage or excess of water, or from excessive sun exposure. Plants have various physical barriers at their disposal, che insieme alla produzione di metaboliti tossici costituiscono dei meccanismi di [...]

The Exosomes: message bombs between cells

2023-06-27T10:32:30+02:0027 June 2023|Categories: Medicine and Research|

Exosomes are a recently discovered mode of cellular communication. Initially mistaken for scraps, could prove to be a promising tool for diagnosis and therapy. We are used to thinking of our body as a single machine, forgetting that it is instead made up of many parts. Each organ is made up of different tissues and many cells. However, the number of bacteria in our body exceeds that of our cells. And this makes us doubt that we might not be made of dreams but of bacteria. All these parts must communicate with each other to work. Just like in a car. [...]

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