Tag Archives: Science Communication

I want to be an astronaut

Review of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog at the Night-time, as part of my #100bookschallenge. During my time as a demonstrator in Oxford’s historic Dyson Perrins lab, I had the opportunity of supervising a student with Asperger’s syndrome. … Continue reading

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What high schools did for us and what we can do for them

There is much that our high school education gives us. Our time in the school leaves indelible marks on our lives. It makes an impact on our future whether we appreciate it or not. The contribution that my school has made towards … Continue reading

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