When I decided to start my PhD, I knew that I’d be required to read and digest academic papers and that my research of these papers would build up into a literal library of knowledge. It is important to organise such a web of information, and I was concerned with how I might find a sufficient way to do so. Mendeley is the way that I found best to index my library. Read more [...]
This June, I found out that I was going to ESOF 2010 – I was lucky to get a EuroScience travel grant as a young science journalist. I was eager to attend this forum, because I felt it was a great example of science communication, as well as an interesting Read more [...]
Every year dozens of students complete science communication courses – but are there enough science journalism and writing jobs to go round? As the end of my science communication course was looming, the main concern I had was to get a job. A year Read more [...]
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