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The long road to animal studies

by Lydia Dyck Animal work is a big part of cancer research. Many researchers are using animal models to figure out how cancer develops and...

“Sorry, my keyboard doesn’t have a key for the figure in...

by Venu Thatikonda I generate a number of beautiful figures in a day and look at them like a mother looks at her newborn baby. Every...
Life or Sci Bethan Rogoyski

“Life of Sci”

by Bethan Rogoyski The book Life of Pi describes the odyssey of a young man and his tiger trying to get home after capsizing at sea....
5-minute incubations

10 ways to keep busy during 5-minute incubations

by Cora Olpe Today I would like to discuss one of the wet lab scientist’s biggest mental challenges: The 5-minute incubation. Often encountered during immunohistochemistry or...
Samantha Terry

Life in the Lab – Life IS the Lab

by Samantha Terry I am a new-ish lecturer with a small group of just one postdoc. Together we’re studying the use of radioactivity to image and...

The Fifth Season: Grant Season

by Caroline Himbert It is that time of year again: the line in front of the research center’s coffee shop seems to be way too long...

‘Hot Stuff’: public engagement and radioactive bananas

by Peter Gawne It’s Monday morning, 8:30am, 2nd July. I’m at the Royal Society in London, surrounded by books – some over 100 years old...

The elephant in the lab: Impostor Phenomenon

by Tamara Sutus Temovski Impostor phenomenon (IP), impostor syndrome or fraud syndrome is a term coined in 1978 by clinical psychologists Dr. Pauline R. Clance...
Caitriona Tyndall

Engaging with the (scary) public – why we need to do...

By Caitriona Tyndall Public engagement can be scary for scientists. Quick – think of all the times you have had to explain your research to someone...

From rock bottom to peak performance: the PhD journey

By Bethan Rogoyski First year You’ve made it. You can finally tell people with pride that you’re a student, a PhD student no less. The impressed reaction...

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Life in the Lab: The Cancer Researcher-EACR Science Communication Prize

Have you ever written a blog, or wanted to? This is your chance! Enter an article for Life in the Lab: The Cancer Researcher-EACR...