Monthly Archives: June 2010

Allotropy in life

Can we apply allotropy in real life? Be a different person in different roles? Continue reading

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How to pack like a pro (for guys)

Yes, I’m packing to go to Europe. First up, the Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting and then a few days travelling in Switzerland. Inspired by a post from Grace,  here’s how to pack like a pro for guys only and no, I’m not … Continue reading

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Get a glimpse of how life on Earth was 500 million years ago

From May 18 – Nov 14 you will get a rare chance to see how life forms existed on Earth 525 million years ago. Visit the ‘Exceptional Fossils from Chengjiang, China: Early Animal Life’ exhibition at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History in the first major exhibition of these fossils outside China. Continue reading

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