- Procter & GambleScientist, 2008 - 2009
- University of AberdeenLab Practical Demonstrator, 2009 - 2012
- University of AberdeenStudent Support, 2009 - 2011
- TopshopLevel 3 Sales Advisor, 2003 - 2007
- Procter & GambleIntern (Scientist), 2006 - 2007
- University of AberdeenPhD Medical Sciences, 2009 - present
- Durham UniversityMolecular Biology and Biochemistry, 2004 - 2008
(mostly) FREE stuff to do in Aberdeen this week (April 10-17th) !
A talk about Fungi (TONIGHT) 7.30 pm Zoology Lecture Theatre Tillydrone Avenue ABERDEEN This talk introduces the diversity of the kingdom of
The 16th Century Observatory on the island of Hven/Ven
This island situated between Sweden and Denmark was the home of Tycho Brahe. A 16th century astronomer and jack of all trades (including alc
Astronomy in Aberdeen - Celebrating Sir David Gill
If you escape the bright city lights of Aberdeen on a clear evening and look up you might get treated to an astronomical display of stars an
Are we all on the Autism Spectrum? Cafe Med Inverness with speaker Profe...
This podcast was recorded live at Cafe Med Inverness on the 14th of August 2013. Professor Christopher Gillberg, a world leading psychiatric
Nobel laureate Kobilka, winner of Stadtman award, lauded for GPCR work
Nobel laureate Brian Kobilka, professor and chairman of the molecular and cellular physiology department at Stanford University School of Me
Have a Happy, Scientifically Correct Valentine's Day
I'm going to share a secret. I LOVE Valentine's day. But I don't do soppy, romantic gestures very well. So if you, like me struggle to share
happy science: Eating More Chocolate Makes You Skinny
Can you (a) remember how much chocolate you have eaten in the last 7 days? Was it the same amount as last week? Or do you sometimes eat 15 c
happy science: How many papers should academics publish per year?
Post-doctoral researchers in Medical Sciences at the University of Aberdeen were told this week that they need to be publishing, on average,