Tag: science

Data!

This article is part of a series of blog posts written by students from Didcot Girls’ School. All posts can be found under the category STEM Club.   Currently at science club at school, we have been processing our data into Excel…

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Golgi bodies, endoplasmic reticulum and stomata.

This article is part of a series of blog posts written by students from Didcot Girls’ School. All posts can be found under the category STEM Club.  We really enjoyed our time at Brookes University. It was a fascinating experience and…

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So you want to do a science communication project?

Yesterday I participated as facilitator in the Science Communication Training Day 2012 for doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers, which was organised by the Biochemical Society, Society of Experimental Biology and British Ecological Society. It was a brilliant day and Antonia Desmond wrote a…

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Run, aphid, run!

Run, aphid, run – how aphids respond to the alarm pheromone EBF

I just stumbled across this nice video by Rothamsted Research. It’s used on their website to illustrate the research on genetically modified wheat by John Pickett et al. and shows how aphids react to injection of an alarm pheromone into…

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Amazing succulent cupcakes

Aren’t these the most amazing cupcakes ever? Seton Hurson Rossini from Pixel Whisk has posted a complete tutorial on how to make this incredibly realistic succulent plant cupcakes. I am in complete awe of her baking skills. Looks like the…

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