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I'm off to the UNEP!

I’m very happy to let you all know that I have secured an internship position with UNEP in their Sustainable Public Procurement Programme in Paris, France, which is due to start at the end of this month! 185 more words

Academia

President Introduces New Initiative to Expand Computer Science Education

Washington, D.C. – President Obama has a message for young students: coding isn’t just for nerdy white guys anymore.

Obama’s “Computer Science for All Initiative… 915 more words

Geoscience Education

A Not-So-Icy View of the Arctic

Washington, D.C. – Scientists studying one of Earth’s most extreme regions gave brief, TED-like talks to demonstrate the pervasive impact of climate change during a free, public event. 976 more words

Geoscience Education

Bright Club Dublin

Awhile back I was over in London, to give a talk at the Institute of Physics and to give a monologue about science for a… 563 more words

Science Communication

The Higgs Solution

My grandfather is a molecular biologist. Over the holidays I had many opportunities to chat with him, and our conversations often revolved around explaining some aspect of our respective fields. 636 more words

Science Communication

Which palaeontology stories in 2015 captured the public's imagination?

Happy New Year everyone! It’s that time of year when all the summaries of an amazing year of research are coming out, and goodness, what a year it’s been! 588 more words

Palaeontology

Newtonmas 2015

Merry Newtonmas!

I’ll leave up my poll a bit longer, but the results are already looking pretty consistent.

A strong plurality of my readers have PhDs in high energy or theoretical physics, a little more than a quarter. 218 more words

Science Communication