For most people, the Morse Code is something of an enigmatic historical artefact, today scoring a bit fat zero… Read more On the Electromagnetic Telegraph and Morse Code
Sometimes, just sometimes, an unmissable opportunity comes along. You take it. You end up spending a fantastic week in the… Read more International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS) 2016, Malta.
This intriguing title describes a very pretty phenomenon, published in a paper for the PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy… Read more The Blue Whirl
Here is a post I was supposed to publish over a week ago… A short, somewhat more personal than usual post… Read more I’m a graduate!
The first day of the Conference of Astronomy and Physics Students (CAPS), Friday the 24th June, was a bittersweet affair. As… Read more CAPS 2016: Glasgow
Undercover of a heavy first term of my final year at Warwick, I appear to have disappeared from the blogosphere.… Read more Quantum Effects in Photosynthesis
As for my debut in science journalism, I have decided to venture outside the walls of my own blog and… Read more Philae’s Phenomenal Findings feat. Organic Compounds
Organising your first international group trip is not easy. Having previously taken a handful of members of Warwick’s Physics Society… Read more Physoc Does CERN!
Highly disappointing, sexist comments from Nobel Prize laureate Tim Hunt. Being a leader in his field of Biochemistry, one would expect Hunt to be very aware of the harm that the voicing of his 19th century misogynistic ideologies could cause to young female scientists in particular. I am… disgusted.
Not until 2026 will a similar reason for sacrificing a morning lie-in crop up, as it did this morning when… Read more Total Failclipse 20/03/15