At the beginning of my second year I wrote the post “11 things every new PhD student should know” for the John Innes centre student voice blog. Now, as I get ready to enter my final year I wanted to update my tips!
This week me and my summer student got some interesting data. Her first thoughts were ‘oh no, what have I done wrong’- when I asked her about this I found that in her undergrad most of the experiments they do are designed to give perfect data all the time. If your data comes out bad- you have done something wrong. Science research however, does not work like this.
In this post I am going to share with you a few things I have picked up over my time as a PhD to do with SciComm- hope it helps! Please feel free to comment with any of your own tips 🙂Continue reading “Tips for Science communication”
Anxiety ebbs and flows. One week you can feel super chilled, and the next feel on the edge all of the time. This week I am on the edge.
After 3 whole months away from the lab, I have returned.Continue reading “The PhD Returns: Life after the internship”