It’s 2018! I’m sure each and everyone of you is very aware of that but that means one thing for me! I finish my PhD this year! . I still don’t think that it has sunk in that I am a final year PhD student and I’ve been working on my project for 3 and […]Read More A PhD update: 8 months to go
Hello science lovers! Apologies for the short hiatus on the blog for the past two weeks. Lab work got busy, intern life got busy, scicomm life got busy and personal life got busy so the blog had to be put on the back burner for a little while so I didn’t burnout completely. But now […]Read More PhDLife. How to stay on top of the literature.
I’ll start with a question to YOU the public: How can scientists improve how they communicate their research with you? . From Part One of ‘How YOU can read a scientific paper’, you should now know what a scientific paper is, why they exist and what parts they are made up of! I also set you a […]Read More How YOU can read a scientific paper. Part Two.
Every so often on the news, you will read or hear the words ‘Scientists have discovered…’ or ‘a group from [insert country here] have reported this effect with their new cancer drug’ for example. But have you ever thought – where do all these science headlines come from? The answer. The scientific paper. . Now […]Read More How YOU can read a scientific paper. Part One.