Well, here it is – my last blog post of 2016! The last day of the year always seems to be a time where we reflect and take a look back at what we’ve achieved this year, what we didn’t do so well at and how we can improve on that with the imminent fresh start […]Read More The Soph talks science! Highlights 2016.
‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, everyone was wondering how on earth Santa would manage to deliver all those presents to everyone in the world in just one night! . It’s Christmas Eve here in the UK and I’ve been getting more and more excited whilst watching Santa’s progress on the Santa […]Read More Santa Science. How does Santa deliver all his presents?
Up until now all the embryonic stem cell colonies I have shown you as part of my ‘Cellfie’ series have been beautiful, nice looking colonies with happy and pluripotent stem cells. That is about to change! So you’ve seen the good, now for the bad and the ugly! . As part of my research I […]Read More ‘Cellfie’ of the month: December 2016
I’ve always loved science and always seen myself doing something science related as a career! Obviously during the rough times and bad days doing my PhD, I’ve toyed with the idea that I wouldn’t want to be at the lab bench forever and loved the idea of being a scientific writer – although what that […]Read More Stem cell dentistry – my first trip into science writing!
Happy December everyone! Which means it must be time for another ‘Scientist in the Spotlight’. This month’s Spotlight post has a bit of a ‘health and fitness’ feel about it (which will all become clearer as you read on!) which seems like a good fit as 2017 gets closer and closer, and the thought of […]Read More Scientist in the Spotlight. Lisa J.