Ailsa Golightly is currently having a phenomenal time on placement with Carcinotech, working 3D printing of tissues and how to run a scientific SME.
Joanna Long has had an interesting journey in science, from physiotherapist to PhD researcher. Proof that you don't need to panic about making permanent subject choices, as it is never too late to change direction if you want to.
Prepare to meet the myth, the legend, that is our OPTIMA Programme Manager, Jean O'Donoghue! Seriously, she is a very, very cool person to know!
If you have any Equality, Diversity and Inclusion questions, she can probably answer those too!
High resolution PDF of the 'STEM on a shoestring - Rainbows' activity. Includes links to a How To video (with Closed Captions). Future activities to be released on Monday afternoons.
Over the next two months and as part of the Glasgow Science Festival 2020, we will be posting profiles for different researchers on Mondays each week, so please do check back frequently to see who is up next! We will have profiles from:
And hopefully many more! Stay tuned :-)
Find out more about Samuel, his research and what his favourite joke is (it might go over younger heads!)
Find out more about Evita, her research and what her alternate career would be if she wasn't a scientists (hint: it involves puppies!).
Find out more about Rhona, her research and what she did at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014.
Find out more about Dawn, her research and why she wanted to be an Egyptologist as a kid.
Find out more about Clara, her research and the plethora of things she'd be doing if she wasn't a scientist.