Title shamelessly stolen from a Matt Haig tweet, https://twitter.com/matthaig1/status/825863215003336704. I will not hide the blatant fact that I have been… Read more The only thing worse than 2016 is that it was followed by 1984.
It has been an odd few months for me. In terms of PhD life, it has been a challenge to… Read more New year, old me.
Time flies when you’re having fun. Three weeks ago, for the first time of many to come, I took a… Read more New Beginnings: I’m a PhD student!
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
1st September: the first day of meteorological autumn, which lasts for three months exactly, ending on the 30th November. Having… Read more Start of Meteorological Autumn
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!
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Hey guys! For students in the UK, who have been doing their GCSE’s and A-levels, August…
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