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Fish friends update

WELL- it’s Lockdown 5.0 here in Victoria. So while we are once again all staying at home and trying to avoid death by plague, I thought I’d post a little update on how the fish are going. First of all- all fish are currently alive and well. Hoover, our newest […]

For those that are new…

Why hello there I thought I’d take this opportunity to re-introduce myself. First of all, welcome to my Blog, ‘A Bug’s Life’. I started this Blog two years ago while I was still doing my Ph. D in Bacteriology, with the intention of writing about what life was like as […]

Life in the recycling bin (part 4)

Previously, on ‘A Bug’s Life – Ph. D Blog’, I challenged myself to summarise the contents of my Ph. D Oration into something a little more… palatable. For a general audience. We’ve now (finally) reached the last Aim of my Ph. D project! This, by far, was the hardest, most […]

Life in the recycling bin (part 2)

Previously, on ‘A Bug’s Life – Ph. D Blog’, I set a challenge to myself to try and summarise my Ph. D Oration- and present it to you, my readers, in a not-so-science-jargon-filled way. If you missed the start, you should definitely head there, because you can’t really get the […]

Fishy, fishy, fishy, fish

Previously, on ‘A Bug’s Life’, I wrote an update on my latest hobby. Now, in that, I alluded to the need to ‘cycle’ the tank, because it’s brand new and it’s much better to have this going before I put live fish in it. So, what is this ‘cycling’ I […]

Summarising a Ph. D in an image

The Postgraduate Student Association for my research institute ran a competition recently. We had to communicate our research project by using one side of a post-it note. It could be a drawing, dot points… whatever you wanted- it just had to fit on a 7.6 cm x 7.6 cm piece […]