I recently wrote a blog for the Society for Applied Microbiology because I wanted to share one of the reasons why microbiology issues cause confusion among much of the UK population. It's also why we should have more patience with people who get it wrong! You can find the article here: Microbiology Education: Why doesn't … Continue reading Microbiology Education: Why doesn’t everyone know that?
Last week I started collecting data for my project. This was unlike any data collection I have ever done before; no longer am I counting colonies on a plate or counting how many antibiotics my E. coli isolates are resistant to and PCR seems like a distant memory! In Science Communication research, it seems that … Continue reading In the Name of Research
Have I mentioned that I finished my degree? No? Well now you know! I’m free until September when I continue my student journey and become a Masters student! Finishing third year wasn’t like finishing my other years though; instead of having that final exam and grinning my way through the last 5 minutes of the … Continue reading The End of an Era
Although I have no intention of doing a lab based PhD, experience has told me to never say never. There are a few things that have made the possibility become less and less likely over the years though. When I was a fresh faced first year and even before I had begun uni I had … Continue reading PhD Prospects