Kate Watkins loved the sciences as a student, but wasn’t sure which area to focus on. By choosing to study Natural Sciences at Cambridge, she was able to study many different subjects. During her second year she studied Psychology and was hooked.
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An exhibition and series of events revealing how the latest neuroscience is transforming what we know about the lifelong development of our brains, from birth to the end of...
Afternoon Explorers: Creature Colours
Look at museum specimens to see the rainbow of colour in the animal kingdom. Make a colourful peacock headdress and find out why its plumage is so eye-catching!
My work involves developing particle detectors and other kit for experiments such as the ATLAS project at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. I always loved playing with instruments, computers and electronics. When I began my physics degree at Durham University, I assumed I would end up working in industry, but along the way I got hooked by...
I have always been interested in nature, growing up in rural Sussex. I did an undergraduate degree at Oxford in Pure and Applied Biology, which was very interesting because it combined core subjects like evolution and animal behaviour with really applied topics in agriculture and forestry. For my PhD at Imperial College London I worked on the...
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