Richard Action writes about reproducibility and the importance of scientists showing their working.
Miriam describes her placement in the Public Engagement team.
Arqum writes about the history of Islam and science in the first of two blogs about Muslim scientists.
Danny Collins describes his experience presenting at the Dynamic Phospholipids in Health and Disease Conference in Florida.
Schools Public Engagement Officer shares his reflections on his first Schools’ Day event (and the 28th in the Institute’s history)
After an enriching day at the 2023 Research Institutes Technician Symposium, Experienced Animal Technician, Sarah Drummond, describes how the theme of career confidence ran through the day’s programme, prompting not just reflection on Sarah’s professional development, but personally too.
If you are wondering about the pros and cons of owning an Electric Vehicle (EV) and considering the switch from a petrol/diesel car to an EV, then this blog has been written with you in mind!
Khuluud shares her experiences from her placement in the Liston lab as part of last summer's Research Access Programme.
Danuta Mossakowska reflects on her three year residency at the Institute.
Jayashree Chakraborty, Grants Officer, reflects on her experience of the EU-LIFE annual meeting.
Marzana discusses her experiences in the Corcoran lab on this summer's Research Access Programme.
Read about what went on at our 2022 sixth form conference.
Hanan shares her experiences of her Research Access Programme placement in the Flow Cytometry facility.
Mark Cheong describes his first few months at the Institute spent setting up the Trefely lab.
As our new PhD students arrive at the Institute, Laura reflects on her experience so far
This month marks the ten year anniverary of our Flow Cytometry Facility Head, Rachael Walker, starting work at the Institute. Here she reflects on her journey over that time, both professionally and personally.
Asma, one of our 2022 cohort of Research Access Programme students, discusses her time in the Houseley lab and the highlights of her experience.
How the Babraham Research Campus Mentorship Scheme is sharing perspectives between academic and commercial researchers to support career explorations, knowledge exchange and network building.
Epigenetic researchers Leah McHugh and Christian Belton provide a potted history of the discovery of genomic imprinting, how it’s achieved and why understanding this and other epigenetic phenomena is important for health.
In this guest blog post, Green Labs invited Ewi Lamma to share her experiences and insights on the power and potential of rural women and community forestry in Cameroon.