It’s been a busy few weeks here at ErrantScience!
We’ve been publishing our regular blog posts and cartoons, preparing for the upcoming Norwich Science Festival (come see us on Saturday 26 October!), and some other pretty exciting stuff in the pipeline…! More to be revealed soon.
A note about our online store: from today I will be on holiday for a couple of weeks, so if you order anything will be a bit of a delay in postage – apologies! We’ll be advertising our popular Christmas cards when I get back so don’t worry, you won’t miss out.
Anyway, back to business. This month we’ve featured a fantastic guest writer, Dr Richard Pearce, who writes about his discovery of science Twitter, many years after his PhD, and how it has shaped his science communication and also contributed to exchange of ideas between fellow scientists.
Matthew wrote a brilliant post about photographing results and lab equipment settings, and how that’s changed over the years since the first camera phones.
My post this month was about something I’ve been pondering for some months now – feeling like an imposter in science, having completed a PhD and then moved away from academia… Cheery!
Have you got something burning about academia or life as a researcher that you absolutely must write about? Please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you!