An interview with Louis-Stéphane Le Clercq

Name: Louis-Stéphane Le Clercq Current Job: PhD Candidate Scientific Discipline/Field: Genetics Country: South Africa Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G, Q, NB Website: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8713-8920 Twitter or other social media handle: @leclercq0 What does your job involve? At present I am an enrolled candidate of the postgraduate development program, performing thesis research towards the conferment of the Ph.D. degree in Genetics, from the University... Continue Reading →

An interview with Simon Fox

Name: Simon Fox Current Job: Public Health Doctoral student Scientific Discipline/Field: Public Health Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simon-james-fox-3a08a213/ Twitter or other social media handle: @BeardyAcademic What does your job involve? I am currently researching the healthy ageing of LGBT+ populations. So that’s a lot of reading, writing and talking to people! I gave a long talk... Continue Reading →

An interview with Teodoro Laino

Name: Teodoro Laino Current Job: Distinguished Research Scientist, Manager at IBM Research Scientific Discipline/Field: AI for Chemistry, Materials // Computational Material Science Country: Switzerland Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: https://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/view.php?person=zurich-teo Twitter or other social media handle: @teodorolaino What does your job involve? Research in use of AI to accelerate material Design and innovation. It involves also people’s managing How did... Continue Reading →

An interview with Jason McNulty

Name: Jason McNulty Current Job: Education Focussed Associate Lecturer Scientific Discipline/Field: Inorganic Chemistry Country: United Kingdom (Scotland) Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/chemistry/people/jam242 Twitter or other social media handle: Twitter: @jasonm769 What does your job involve? I’m involved in teaching inorganic chemistry to UGs at all levels, running tutorials and helping run the practical labs. How did you get to... Continue Reading →

An updated interview with Robert Farley

you can read Rob's previous interview from 2015 here. Name: Robert Farley Current Job: Head of Medical Physics and Engineering / Consultant Clinical Scientist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Scientific Discipline/Field: Medical Physics (Radiotherapy Physics is my specialism, but I also have interests in Nuclear Medicine, Radiology Physics, MRI, Clinical Engineering and Physiological Measurement) Country: UK Pick some... Continue Reading →

An interview with Bini Claringbold

Name: Bini Claringbold Current Job: PhD Student Scientific Discipline/Field: Organic synthesis, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry Country: UK Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): B, P Twitter or other social media handle: @BiniClaringbold What does your job involve? My current research involves synthesising a series of different compounds (sequenced defined polymers) that can disrupt the protein-protein interactions of a... Continue Reading →

On Dichotomania

by MaryLena Bleile The main axiom by which I live my life is as follows: Beauty is the dominant Eigenvalue and is the final end that I live for. Further, Beauty is achieved through balance. Why I believe these is kind of outside the scope of what I want to write about today, so I’ll... Continue Reading →

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