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Calender13 December – Helen, Jen, Helen and Sheila

Calender13 December – Helen, Jen, Helen and Sheila

This is the December page from ScienceGrrl’s 2013 calendar.  It stars: Helen Arney is a geek songstress and science comedian who likes making scientific ideas accessible to new audiences, investigating the social and moral implications of modern research… or, she writes songs that rhyme with “Uranus”. She loves combining music with brain-jigglingly big, important ideas(…)

Calendar13 November – Tilly and Alison

Calendar13 November – Tilly and Alison

This is the November page from ScienceGrrl’s 2013 calendar.  It stars: Tilly Blyth, PhD, is the Keeper of Technologies and Engineering at the Science Museum – in brief, she manages the galleries, exhibitions and research activity in this area. She has a fascinating collection at her fingertips, from Stephenson’s rocket, to the Apollo space capsule,(…)

Calendar13 October – Lindsay and Tamsin

Calendar13 October – Lindsay and Tamsin

This is the October page from ScienceGrrl’s 2013 calendar. It stars: Lindsay Lee, PhD, is a statistician at the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds. She researches the effect of uncertainty in computer models on the predictions that the School makes. This allows research to focus in the right places, making better models(…)

Calendar13 July – Angela, Sarah, James and Jay

Calendar13 July – Angela, Sarah, James and Jay

This is the July page from the 2013 ScienceGrrl calendar. It stars: Angela Kaye, MSc, is researching the laboratory efficacy testing of repellents and insecticides for consumer use at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Her research will ensure that products on the market are effective and will protect people from infectious insect(…)

Calendar13 February – Alison, Ellie and Michelle

Calendar13 February – Alison, Ellie and Michelle

  This is the February page from ScienceGrrl’s 2013 calendar. It stars: Alison Auld, MEng, is a PhD student at Durham University. She is researching ways of generating energy from the unused heat generated in industrial processes. She doesn’t think we should “waste waste!” This is especially important in a world where fuel sources are(…)