A Year in Industry- Part 2

If theres one thing that I regret from my undergraduate degree, its that I didnt take the opportunity to do a year in industry. A year in industry is where a student gets to go into the working field, whether at a research institute or a company, and work alongside experts for a year. This... Continue Reading →

A Year in Industry- Part 1

If theres one thing that I regret from my undergraduate degree, its that I didnt take the opportunity to do a year in industry. A year in industry is where a student gets to go into the working field, whether at a research institute or a company, and work alongside experts for a year. This... Continue Reading →

Meet the Scientist: Mattias Green

Mattias Green. Reader in Physical Oceanography at Bangor University. Mattias Green. Image taken from Bangor.ac.uk Mattias’ work focuses on using modelling and observations to explore how tides interact with other components within the Earth’s system, and how these interactions have changed over time. He completed his MSci and PhD at Gothenburg University, and took his... Continue Reading →

Hello 2019

Another year has flown by, and by flown I mean one second I started this blog and the next its December and the Christmas shopping panic began. Reflecting over this year, in many ways my life has changed greatly. I started my blog, got my honours degree, I travelled around Europe, I moved down south... Continue Reading →

Vampires in the deep

If you go down to the deep-sea tonight, you’re in for a big surprise. We’ve got Goblin sharks and Anglerfish, Fangtooths and Gulper Eels, and Isopods bigger than your eyes. But deep down there you will find a Halloween marvel, a deep-sea cephalopod of the night. The Vampire squid, Vampuroteuthis infernalis, which in Latin literally... Continue Reading →

PCB pollution: Killer of the whales

The other week I saw an article by The Guardian doing its rounds on my Facebook newsfeed. “Orca ‘apocalypse’: Half of killer whales doomed to die from pollution’. It caught my eye and has since caught the attention of various other media outlets. The paper in focus is recently released research on predictions of the... Continue Reading →

5 eco friendly travel essentials

Whilst everyone else back home is attempting plastic free July, I’m currently interrailing around Europe so I thought that a post about good alternatives for traveling would be pretty applicable. Travelling can be one of the hardest times to be conscious about your personal impact on the environment. In many popular tourist destinations it’s plastic... Continue Reading →

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