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Archive | May, 2012

A great tool for scientists

I mentioned in my last blog that my inspiration for going into science was a primary school biology lesson where I dissected a flower only to be amazed by what I found inside. Last week I met with the teacher that led that class, Doug Brawley. He remembered that class too; they were fuchsias from […]

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karly-rai rogers

My Name Is Karly

I realised I wanted to ‘do’ science when I was 10 years old. I was dissecting a flower at primary school and was fascinated by how it had an intricate, internal system that I would have otherwise known nothing about. I’m more into humans than plants these days but the principle is the same. During […]

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