The Natural History Museum Student Conference

Every year the Natural History Museum Student Association organises a conference held for Museum-based¬†students to present their research. This year I am on the Student Association Committee so was involved in helping with the conference, and also presented a poster and a talk. Organising a conference is hard work! There are sponsors to find, speakers …

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Hat wearing PhD supervisors & other Christmas hijinks

Thankfully I managed to avoid being dragged to see the Oxford Street Christmas lights this year but as my Christmas-loving boyfriend was visiting it would be rude to not show him any and he was happy with seeing some of the Regent Street lights during a day out in London. As I described in an …

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Soil biodiversity in the garden

This week the Wildlife Gardening Forum held its conference 'Soil Biodiversity in the Garden' at the Natural History Museum in London. Being a keen gardener and researching soil biodiversity I had to go along. The Wildlife Gardening Forum is a group of organisations and people who are passionate about wildlife in gardens and seek to …

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