Here I will share some of my experiences which I’ve broadly grouped into 5 areas to hopefully provide some insights into the countless things, both little and big, that a newcomer may learn in science research.
Haikus, Sonnets, Limericks and epic poems all conform to well-established rules. For better or worse scientific papers do too.
Here are the three things I tell my students to consider when choosing a research interest (and supervisor).
When I agreed to write this week’s blog post it was going to be an emotional one. The fact that this is my first blog and at the same time will be my last may help to understand what I mean.
Jottings on my last trip – May 2017
Plane to London visit to the Crick Institute and then on to Oxford’s Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine.
As the Senior Research Fellow in our lab, my primary role is to work with Merlin to direct our research program.
Publish or Perish. It’s a phrase known to all science enthusiasts, but as researchers our careers live and die by it.
April was a month of change and transition. As the nights get cooler and the autumn leaves predominate, the lab also enters a new season of its own.
Thanks heavens – BSc Honours projects haven’t changed much in 30 years. This week we welcomed two new students Emily and Lauren.