I am one who loves planing! Most of the times, I get to execute at least part of the plan, so here go my outline for 2019! Do you plan ahead?
Three scientists walk into a bar... No, this is not the beginning of a joke, but rather of a new initiative that got kicked-off on 27 November in Brussels, Belgium. PUBhD Brussels is a format in which young scientists get the chance to talk about their research infront of an…
Meet Julie - a nurse, a traveler, a doctoral research fellow and a lovely person. Check her story out in the Poster Session.
Here's Femke - a professional scicommer! I adore the fact she works with science-buffs from all ages! Meet her in her Poster Session here!
In this part two of the twin-post on the impostor syndrome, I summarise some of the popular and relatively easy ways to stop yourself from self-sabotage.
A two-part blog post on what it's like to have an impostor syndrome as a scientist and how to tell. You probably have it too!
Science can be difficult to understand. But if you are not in with the latest jargon, in can be practically incomprehensible. And here's why that's a bad thing...
To laugh or not to laugh with/at science?
The romantic science and the scientific romance behind the sunrise off my balcony
Scientists blame legislators for not taking their research at face value, legislators blame the politicians for not wanting to upset the public in election year, and the public blames everyone, because no one is paying attention to their real questions and concerns. In the end - everyone is unhappy and science suffers.