grew up in Southern Italy. In a land called Puglia,
land of sun. He was daily kissed by the Ionian Sea. Nonetheless, his
hometown, Taranto, was daily slapped by the metallurgic industry.
In Bologna he got tempted by
curiosity in biology and chemistry. One night, at the end of the
millennium, he found himself lost staring at his first three
dimensional molecular structure. Afterwards, the Zurich experience
gave him the imprinting perspective of bio-molecules. Back to
Bologna he kept feeding his interest in molecular behavior. San
Franciscans inspired his “docking as metaphor of life” view.
Despite the recent sighting in the Caribbean Sea, he is currently
heading East: back to the origin, back to the helix.