Professor Michael Duchen, a Professor of Physiology in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology at UCL, shares with us about his life and career experiences as a scientist.
Unravelling the neural basis of hearing with Professor Jennifer Bizley at the UCL Ear Institute
“I was never destined to be a scientist”, was not the way one would expect a professor of cognitive neuroscience to start their talk.
The career path of Frances Edwards, Professor of Neurodegeneration: Women’s Week in Neuroscience, 2020
How does a woman in science start her own lab? Prof Frances Edwards sheds light on her journey in Neuroscience research.
What does it mean to be a woman in science?
An insight into the career path of a science journalist
Can bacteria be engineered to make spider silk in your back garden? The UCL iGEM team is finding out…
How I got myself into a 2-month lab research project and how I finished it still loving pipetting…
A talk and Q&A with Penny Sarchet, Deputy News Editor for New Scientist.
Written by: Abbie Curd
Mismanagement at UCL and an unforgiving career path have left postdocs unhappy and frustrated. Is this what our future looks like?
Written By: Jason Arunn Murugesu.
Art By: Ella Davey.