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Yeasty bois (part 2)

So, a little while ago, I posted about an experiment I was developing as a STEM education program aimed at high school students… Involving yeast. And balloons. 🎈 And I called them the Yeasty Bois. If you didn’t catch that post, I recommend reading it first before reading this one. […]

Never-ending story

One important aspect of scientific research is that no project is ever going to be ‘complete’. This can be both a good thing and a bad thing. If you enjoy the feeling of closure, then it’s very unlikely that you’ll get it. It makes things very difficult for a researcher, […]

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 […]