Just a short update explaining my reasons why Soph talks science is going to be a little quieter now.
This post today marks the end of the third season of Scientist in the Spotlight! Say what?! Yes - I have interviewed at least one scientist from around the world every month for the past three years. So there are now a bank of around 50 scientist's stories in this feature covering all sorts of [...]
It is time for another edition of my science travel series because the wanderlust is not going away and my frequent search for flights is not keeping me satisfied right now. So, I thought why not do some research for potential future trips and share that with you guys. And this time we are venturing [...]
Recently I've been having a lot of blog post idea inspiration. But with my lack of spare time currently, being able to actually sit down and write about all these ideas is proving near on impossible. So, these ideas are just being jotted down in my phone notes, or in my notebook, sometimes even on [...]
Isn't science communication and public engagement just 'dumbing it down'? This is something I get asked much more often than I would like, and something I want to change. This is one of the biggest misconceptions about science communication in my opinion, and a reason many scientists don't see the importance of communicating their research [...]
The average human is made up of 37.2 trillion cells! TRILLION! That's 37,200,000,000,000 cells! And they are not all the same - far from it, and we are still uncovering all sorts of new types of cells too. I don't know about you but I find this incredibly exciting and fascinating - probably why I [...]