My name is Nik Papageorgiou. I’m a cell biologist with a PhD in neurodegeneration. Ran the whole gamut of the academic track (degree-postgrad-PhD-postdoc-despair) and now I work in science communications for EPFL. I love science, but I lament the current state of the scientific business.
I write fiction and non-fiction for Lablit.com, and I occasionally draw comics for Labguru and the RSC’s Chemistry World. I also write novels (psych/crime thrillers, science fiction), and my first novel, LAZARUS, was published in 2012.
I am also a Christian, which is the best thing that’s ever happened to me. I dig into theology, apologetics and philosophy a fair bit, which generally leads me to hold Reformed views.
Finally, I’m an INTJ. That’s important because it probably explains why, despite the multitude of science comics, this blog doesn’t really have a single theme. I hope you’ll find here something that engages you.
If you want to find out more about me, you can visit my LinkedIn profile.
Email: spesaeterna[at]gmail dot com