Hannah Sutcliffe, University of Edinburgh,
When the chance to apply for a policy internship at the UK Parliament arose, I jumped at the opportunity to find out more about how scientific evidence is used by policy makers.
By Ruth Nottingham, University of Nottingham,
Professional development is probably the last thing on your mind when you are a busy PhD student juggling multiple experiments, but taking the time to reflect on your skill set and how to enhance it can pay off enormously in the long run.
By Andrew Lynch, University of Wisconsin, USA
As individuals, we have become exceedingly comfortable with the traditional loci of control: internal or external. In our own minds, we have either had control over our body and health… or we haven’t.
By Amanda Marie James, Emory University, USA
‘Diversity’ is a buzzword. It is used in every facet of our life both professionally and personally, but what does it really mean? And an even better question: Is it important to science?