Retrat de Théodore Géricault, autor de la sèrie de les monomanies.

In search of Théodore Géricault’s lost monomanias

Dr. Georget commissioned Théodore Géricault to produce a series of ten portraits of alienated people suffering from monomania. By 2021, only five had been located, but since then three more have been identified. There are still two more to be found, so the mystery continues...

monstres invisibles

The Wakefield scandal

Eleven authors published an article in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet suggesting an apparent link between the MMR vaccine and the onset of autism. This news bomb led to the Wakefield scandal.



The Eyedropper commemorates World Cancer Day, celebrated every 4 February with the aim of raising awareness of the disease.


Blue light: imaginary danger, lucrative business

In recent years, many new businesses promise to free us from the risks of blue light.



The Eyedropper is dedicated to Svante Päabo, the swedish biologist who has won this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine


Clinical sampling

Ferran Martin's eyedropper talks about clinical sampling

desenvolupament de medicaments per la FDA

Medications against drugs

Substance use disorder (SUD) is a significant public health concern. Unfortunately, there are few safe and effective medications to treat SUD and efficacy is suboptimal.


Beyond the double helix

Apart from the double helix, DNA can present other structures such as G-quadruplexes, whose study has boomed in recent years.


The traces of cancer

Autobiographical comics allow the authors to talk about cancer from a humour perspective and to share their experiences of the disease.

colourblind vision

Why do colourblind people see colours differently?

Colourblind people see colours differently because they do not have all the necessary information from the L, M and S cones. A simile would be to try to obtain different paint colours by mixing only two primary colours: we would never be able to obtain the full range of existing colours.