Happy Halloween y’all! 🎃🕸🕷 I know most of my blog raves about stem cells – which in my opinion are THE best cells out there! But as it’s Halloween I thought I would branch out a little and write a special post about some spooky science! The Walking Dead is a huge TV hit and with […]Read More Spooky Science. Do we all have ‘Zombie’ genes?
It’s most definitely been a while since I showed you what a typical day for me as a PhD student is like. So, since Chapter 1. I have finished all the experiments I needed for my transfer thesis, written that in full and had my transfer viva date set. Scary! One of the main reasons behind […]Read More A day in the life of a PhD student. Chapter 2.
My transfer thesis is FINISHED!!! Finally! Which means this week, I am back to the lab bench ready to discover some more new things in the world of stem cells 🙂 Last month I wrote a post about some of the everyday essentials I use in the lab as a stem cell biologist. But being faced with […]Read More 7 MORE everyday essentials of a stem cell biologist.
My previous Scientist in the Spotlight post went down a storm, so I was so keen to present more exciting women in STEM to you as quickly as possible. This week’s Spotlight post has got a bit of a fashion twist and features The Scientific Beauty herself. If you thought that all scientists forever wore that […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Sophie P.
How is October here already!? But the temperatures here in the UK have already started to drop meaning my favourite season of the year has officially begun. Autumn to me is all about going back to basics and enjoying the simple things in life – leaves are falling off trees to grow new ones come spring, lab […]Read More ‘Cellfie’ of the month: October 2016
Welcome to the first blog of my BRAND NEW feature ‘Scientist in the Spotlight’! I have only been seriously committed to writing my science blog for about 3 months or so now, but it that short amount of time I have ‘met’ some of the most inspiring and awesome scientists who have similar interests to me […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Jess T.