Browse the 2023 alternative gift guide that goes beyond 'for him' and 'for her'.
Mo Elzek explains the benefits of an entrepreneurial skillset as a scientist
Aimee, Small Animal Facility Supervisor, reflects on her involvement in the Institute's takeover of the Understanding Animal Research Instagram account.
Jo and Simon reflect on the 2023 Hackathon.
Guest blogger Isabella Ragazzi, Research Associate in Life Cycle Assessments and Carbon Footprinting at UCL, writes about the impact of plastic in the lab.
The Institute’s Roving Researcher scheme, running since 2020, provides support for scientists taking long term leave. The postdoctoral position helps maintain momentum on projects by working closely with researchers on leave. Jayalini Assalaarachchi writes about her experience taking on the role.
Sasha Pratt-Taweh, Public Engagement Officer, describes her journey to her role at the Babraham Institute.
Following on from recent trans inclusion training, Elizabeth reflects and provides advice on how organisations and individuals can further create an inclusive environment for gender diverse people.
Sarah Drummond, an experienced animal technician in our animal facility, shares her perspectives on being open around the use of animals in research and the importance of animal technicians speaking about their work.
Chris Fox, our sequencing specialist working within the Genomics facility, describes a typical day in the facility as they provide support, innovation and expertise in all part of library preparation and sequencing for the Institute's researchers and companies on the Babraham Research Campus.
Kate Dulwich, our Knowledge Exchange Officer, writes about her experience of her first industry convention, compares the event with academic conferences and shares some top tips for making the most of everything such events have to offer.
Liv Cracknell writes about changing to a plant based diet.
An all round insight into the Cambridge Judge Business School EnterpriseTECH programme.
Following on from our blog celebrating the rich history of Islamic science Arqum writes about the experience of Muslim scientists in the UK today.
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.
Our 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.