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The time of the stereotypical stuffy academic is over!: Meet Jennifer Rudd

Dr Jennifer Rudd (@jruddchemist)has always been interested in applied science and travelling. She spent her Masters year in Germany, followed by a PhD in Switzerland. Dr Rudd then received a Fellowship from the Swiss National Science Foundation and spent 18 months … Continue reading

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We are science

By Ana Neves (@seveNSIanA) Associate Research Fellow, College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter     I guess I always knew I was meant to be a scientist. Why? I remember I used to dismantle my toys … Continue reading

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Muddy fingers and red lipstick

By Jasmine Black (@JasmineBlack90), Newcastle University.  Jasmine will be standing on one of our soapboxes in Newcastle, on the 27th of June. Her talk: ‘Soil’s got talent – delve into the dark, mysterious world of soil and discover why it’s so important … Continue reading

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