Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Simpsons, Maths and Museums

I ventured into London last Friday after securing tickets to see Simon Singh, David X. Cohen and Al Jean talk maths and The Simpson’s at the Science Museum. The event coincided with the paperback release of ‘The Simpsons and Their … Continue reading

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Why do I blog?

Inspired by reading ‘should doctoral researchers blog?’ a post from pat thomson, I’ve had a think about why I’m blogging. As explained briefly in my ‘about‘ page, the main reason for my blogging is to get me in the habit of … Continue reading

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Neuroscience + Art

If you’re happen to follow me on twitter, you will I’ve seen that I like to get out and visit exhibitions and shows in London. One week this summer saw me lucky enough to attend 2 events that sparked my … Continue reading

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Advice from a recent PhD applicant

A friend of mine recently asked for some tips on attending their first PhD interview. I thought if any advice was useful for them then it might be useful to someone else. I’ve modified our conversation into this post – hope … Continue reading

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