Monthly Archives: June 2011

The life of a scientist is never dull! (Part 1)

But it is at times a little insanely busy! In the lab I’m currently working on two projects, one is the research project I’ve been working on for a long time and I’m currently writing up part of it as … Continue reading

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Would you recommend starting a blog?

At coffee a little while ago (Our whole department has coffee together at 11:00 every day, it’s very sociable) a friend asked me would I recommend starting a blog, so Jo, this post is especially for you 😉 The short … Continue reading

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More women of outstanding achievement

So as promised my second blog post on the UKRC women of outstanding achievement awards. In my last post I wrote about Athene Donald who won the lifetime achievement award, this time I want to tell you about a couple of … Continue reading

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I was going to write the next instalment of my thoughts on the Women of Outstanding Achievement but I find my thoughts very much focussed on the careers of post-docs at the moment, so if you want to read that … Continue reading

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