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Calendar13 May – Hamied, Heather, Karen, Sarah and Nancy

Calendar13 May – Hamied, Heather, Karen, Sarah and Nancy

This is the May page from ScienceGrrl’s 2013 calendar. It stars: Hamied Haroon, PhD, is a postdoctoral research associate at University of Manchester. He uses magnetic resonance imaging to work out how the healthy human brain is “wired together”. He is hoping to make history by organising the UK’s first national conference of disabled university(…)

Calender13 April – Suzi

Calender13 April – Suzi

This is the April page from ScienceGrrl’s 2013 calendar.  It stars: Suzi Gage, MSc, is an epidemiologist currently working towards her PhD at the University of Bristol. She looks at patterns in populations in order to answer questions about health. In her research she examines data to investigate whether there is a link between recreational(…)

Calendar13 March – Adam, Dallas, Kevin and Mark

Calendar13 March – Adam, Dallas, Kevin and Mark

This is the March page of ScienceGrrl’s 2013 calendar.  It stars: Adam Rutherford is a science writer and broadcaster. He has a PhD in genetics and an impressive collection of Star Wars Lego. He holds a photograph of X-ray crystallographer Rosalind Franklin (1920-1958). She carried out her most famous work at King’s College, London: by(…)

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,(…)