Before Christmas I was given the opportunity to write a post for The Biochemist Blog- check it out via the link below!

 

By Erica Hawkins, John Innes Centre, University of East Anglia, Norwich Plant science is a lot more important than you realise. It has often been cast as cell biology’s less exciting sibling. What is the point of studying root growth, flowering or stomatal aperture? There are way more important things to be researching… aren’t there?

via How plant science will change the world — The Biochemist Blog

February 19, 2018

Hi everyone! 11th February is the international day of women and girls in science.  For this day, I wanted to share with you 15 women of Science that you should know about. All these women have contributed to science in amazing ways- from breaking down barriers in the sciences, to making outstanding discoveries in their …

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Happy New Year everyone!! To kick off the new year here is a post about some uses of plants that you may not have known about… Phytoremediation: Phytoremediation is a fancy way of saying ‘using plants to remove contamination’. There are many ways in which chemical and biological contaminants can get into the environment- causing contaminated …

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Everyone has a different approach to their PhD: there are people who come in to do the PhD, and go home, and there are the ones who get involved in societies, outreach and science communication. Each to their own. But for me- being able to get involved in outreach and science communication is one of the …

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