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Fabulous mentors kept me inspired: Meet Emma Lane

Dr Emma Lane is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Cardiff University.  Emma was born in London and studied Pharmacology for her first degree, before doing a PhD in Neuropharmacology at KCL, focusing on … Continue reading

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How motherhood has made me a better scientist

By Rebecca Gelding, rebecca.gelding@mq.edu.au, @RebeccaGelding Rebecca Gelding is currently completing her PhD at Macquarie University in Sydney. She is a part-time student, and full-time mum to two young children. Come say hi to Rebecca on her Soapbox, August 20th 1pm … Continue reading

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If I can do this aged 41 then anyone can: Meet Gillian Hill

Gillian Hill is currently a PhD student at the University of Buckingham. She is a psychology researcher and teacher who hopes to share her experiences as a second career scientist in order to encourage others to take a leap into … Continue reading

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Back to Science, against all odds

Dr Graziella Iossa is a Back to Science Fellow at the School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln. She is a zoologist particularly interested in behavioural and evolutionary ecology having used mammals and insects as study systems. Graziella talks about … Continue reading

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A fascination for discovery

By Dr Cristina Lagunas, Queen’s University Belfast. Catch Cristina on her Soapbox this saturday June 20th 2-5pm in Belfast, where she will be talking about “Glow-in-the-dark and colour-changing molecules: From entertainment and toys to forensic and medical research”.   I am not quite … Continue reading

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My love of science began in the kitchen: Meet Diane Lees-Murdock

Diane Lees-Murdock (@StemCelPostgrad) is a lecturer in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Ulster. Her research aims to help facilitate the use of stem cells to treat diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s among others. Here, she tells us … Continue reading

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