Extending your education through a graduate degree in the sciences requires a long-term commitment. It also often incites questions from our peers about the state of our sanity. Despite all these sceptical questions, many of us still choose to pursue a PhD in the sciences, but do we fully understand what exactly we’re getting ourselves into? Though this may not come as a surprise, there are many things, beyond the science, that are also important in our education. Here we wish to discuss some of these additional ‘annoyances’ and why they matter.
Ever wondered what working in the Arctic is really like? This week I team up with Arctic researcher Alexey Pavlov to bring to light this exciting field just in time for Polar week!
Despite the bad rep plankton receive thanks to the popular kid's TV show 'SpongeBob Squarepants', plankton are in fact a vital part of the marine food web. In this post I'll discuss their role as primary producers and talk about some exciting new research on phytoplankton growth in the Arctic!
As a biomedical sciences undergrad I had lots of questions and concerns about the future. After doing an industrial placement I've gained insight into what a career in biomed could look like and suddenly the future doesn't seem so scary. Now I want to share those insights with you to hopefully make your options a little clearer. So if you're a student thinking about a year industry, this post is for you!