I had another exciting week interning with the New Statesman team.
We relocated to a new office in Farringdon, so now I sit next to a window (perfect for… 281 more words
If you’ve worked at a lab before, you’ve no doubt noticed a certain rhythm to the day. People come in early, setup their experiments, and by 10 the experiments for the day are underway, and the scientists are working on email (or Facebook), or are in the gym or are in the midst of a morning run around campus. 403 more words
Unlike the Agatha Christie mystery referred to in the title of this piece, there are some mysteries that seem to defy a single answer. One of those mysteries is how most scientists manage to keep up-to-date given the growing avalanche of developments in their fields. 698 more words