It's been a while since I've managed to publish anything so I’ve decided to take the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone by publishing my latest research poster as a blog article (which is either terribly lazy or resourceful of me!). Anyway, this is the first time I've published a post about my... Continue Reading →
1 down, 2 to go! I’ve written about the things I love about my PhD as well as outlining the challenges I’ve faced.
I've decided to showcase my favourite tweets each month until I get bored of doing it. Most will probably be relating to science, agriculture and the environment, but there may also be the odd one that just made me laugh.
The first 6 weeks of my PhD has consisted of a lot of reading, meetings, commuting, and getting to grips with an entirely new discipline. It's been exciting and challenging, but I thought I'd share a few things I've learnt about how to improve my efficiency: To write my own dictionary/abbreviation book It has dinosaurs on... Continue Reading →
Since April 2016, I've been working at the University of Bristol as a research technician for the vet parasitology and ecology group, and overall, I love my job.
I've been a useless and not posted for ages, and actually, I have a good excuse. Firstly, I was whisked away to Paris by my amazing partner, and secondly, I decided to take a punt and apply for a PhD on water pollution at the University of Exeter.