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Avery, a little bird helping children talk about their genetic disease - Code for life

Grant Jacobs Sep 04, 2017

Science communication takes many forms, even when we limit it to written work. Here University of Cambridge professor Lucy Raymond has worked with children’s illustrator Marta Altes at the Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University to make an illustrated book for young children with rare genetic conditions. Part of Professor Raymond’s aim is to give the book to … Read More

Geoengineering trial cancelled: more regulation needed - Guest Work

Guest Author Jun 19, 2012

by Dr PhD, Research Associate at University of Cambridge and at SPICE Inventors have long been protecting their ideas by filing patent applications on new technologies. But is it appropriate for researchers or companies to own the intellectual property rights to climate-altering technologies? This is a significant issue for the scientists and engineers involved in the … Read More

Emerging NZ Scientists – Dr Natalie Plank, Postdoctoral Fellow with the MacDiarmid Institute - Just So Science

Elf Eldridge Apr 02, 2012

The second of my ‘Emerging Scientists interviews‘* features Dr Natalie Plank, currently a Post-Doc with the MacDiamid Institute of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology and a previous MESA Chairperson. As Natalie completed her PhD at Edinburgh University and a Post-Doc at Cambridge, her experience is not only in leading emerging scientists but, as an … Read More