El Cocinero Cientifico: Diego Golombek, Pablo Schwarzbaum: Books – El cocinero científico: (cuando la ciencia se mete en la cocina): apuntes de alquimia culinaria. Front Cover. Diego Golombek, Pablo Schwarzbaum. Universidad. El Cocinero Cientifico (Spanish, Paperback) / Author: Diego Golombek / Author: Pablo Schwarzbaum ; ; Science: general issues, Science.
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Diego Golombek born 22 November is an Argentine biologistcommunicator and popularizer of science. He is author of several books about biology and related topics, although he is mainly known due to his appearances on radio and television.
He graduated from University of Buenos Aires in with a magna cum laude degree. Four years later, he would obtain a PhD in biology in the same institution.
In parallel with his biology career and still in his young years Golombek started to write short stories and poetry. Golombek is an experienced researcher in chronobiology.
In he received the Ig Nobel Prize for discovering that hamsters recover cocunero jetlag more quickly under the effects of Viagra. He insists that science is a fundamental resource for increasing the socio-economic activity of an underdeveloped country like Argentina. Golombek also hosts his own show in the same channel, which is named Doctor G.
It is a children-oriented show, in which he—along with his assistants, Sir from Here and Sir from There —explains the science behind everyday tasks, such as what are the chemical procedures involved in cooking an asado or how a match works.
Moreover, he is editor-in-chief of a collection called ” Ciencia que ladra Its name is a mention to the Spanish version of the proverb “its bark is worse than its bite”, but in reference to science.
In Golombek became part of a Macri administration think tank which purported to be a “Presidential Council,” but he left immediately after the first meeting. In the wake of abortion debate in Argentina, he endorsed its legalization arguing that “a group of living cells do not represent a human being”. Diego Andres Golombek at Odisha state secretariat, presenting him a stole and a silver filigree memento.
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