It’s the middle of October and everyone, whether you’re at nursery, high school, a fresher, or at grad school, is well and truly back to school and in the swing of things. This year was my 23rd – and hopefully final – ‘back to school’. A truly depressing thought I know. But as I have […]Read More 10 secrets to become a successful research student
Scientists are notoriously thought of as intimidating and unrelatable nerds! But this could not be more wrong! If there are two things that I love in life, they are science and stand up comedy. So, an event where scientists become comedians sounds like it was made for me! I had heard of Bright Club previously, […]Read More Can scientists actually be stand up comedians? – Bright Club Southampton #9
It’s the last blog post of SPOTLIGHT SEPTEMBER! I have loved bringing you the stories and journeys of new exciting scientists and sharing just how varied and unique they all are. And I hope you have enjoyed it too! But for this final post – I’m going to catch up with my Scientist in the […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Class of ’17.
It is time to share with you my final Scientist in the Spotlight of Spotlight September. She is the first engineer I have had on my blog and this year was named in the Society of Maufacturing Engineers 30 under 30 list to watch out for. So, I want to introduce you to Erin W. […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Erin W.
So, you might recognise today’s Scientist in the Spotlight as she has already featured before on Soph talks science as a guest blogger when I was away on holiday. So, let me re-introduce to you, Heidi G. This Northern gal who is from a small town called Hexham near Newcastle is ambitious and creative with […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Heidi G.
Happy Monday guys! Hopefully I can brighten up your day with sharing a new Scientist in the Spotlight! I am going to continue along the theme of celebrating some scientists from back home in Pembs and introduce you to Alex T. Alex and I have known each other fora long time now and have shared […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Alex T.
Today’s Scientist in the Spotlight is a face you might recognise if you have been following my blog for a while. Yes, one of my guest bloggers is back! So let me re-introduce you to Alice G. I have met a lot of incredible people in the science communication community through social media from around […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Alice G.
For today’s Scientist in the Spotlight we are jumping back to the theme of space – but in a slightly different way. It’s a feature I am SUPER excited to share because since starting this scicomm adventure I have discovered this amazing gal and realised I basically want to be her – except I know […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Emily C.
Scientists are often though of as dull, boring and monotonous nerds, right? But that could not be more wrong as I hope I am showing you with this feature on my blog. My next super scientist role model is showing you that scientists can also be incredibly creative! Now – I’m not talking about imagining […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Jen M.
Spotlight September continues on Soph talks science today with another incredible scientist role model from the world of astrophysics! This girl is a star – literally! One quote by Carl Sagan inspired her and got her interested in stars and galaxies, but also teaches us all that we are ALL stars! ‘The nitrogen in our […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Amber R.