Scientist Dr. Eleonora Adami in her lab

📺 Lunch Break: Science and Art help to make sense of the world

Dr. Eleonora Adami is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Max Delbrück Center. The molecular biologist and geneticist studies heart failure by applying single-cell genomics approaches in the Hübner lab.

Under the name “Brush & Pipette”, Adami creates illustrations inspired by her own research and thoughts. She views science and the arts as “somewhat complimentary ways” humans can use to make sense of the world. Adami is one of 54 international female artists featured in the UNSECO’s exhibition “Creative Resilience. Art by Women in Science”.

In our interview series "Lunch Break" we talk to young scientists about their path to the Max Delbrück Center, their interests and much more.