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I could count the number of female lecturers I was taught by on one hand: Meet Jessie Durk

Jessie Durk is currently a PhD student at Queen Mary University London, researching theoretical cosmology. She is passionate about science communication, believing it is crucial we inspire the next generation! She currently juggles her PhD studies alongside working at the … Continue reading

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The academic route is not for the fainthearted: Meet Samantha Terry

Dr Samantha Terry is currently a lecturer in Radiobiology at King’s College London. She is a biologist and has participated in many different type of science communication, including ‘I’m a scientist, get me out of here’ and ‘Pint of Science’. … Continue reading

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Why Soapbox Science?

By Miss Lydia Bach (@lylubach), Queen’s University Belfast. Lydia will stand on one of our soapboxes in Glasgow, on the 7th of June. She will be talking about food webs, with a talk entitled:  “Food (webs) for thought – Or … Continue reading

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