Empowering Women: The new Superwomen in Science podcast

I have only discovered podcasts quite recently. I was looking for a soundtrack for my walk to and from my placement, stumbled across the TED Radio Hour and was hooked. I started listening to them on my long marathon training runs too; I find that music gets on my nerves once the going gets tough.… Continue reading Empowering Women: The new Superwomen in Science podcast

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Insects, Fossils and Lava Coins: Three months with the Yorkshire Museum

I can’t believe my three months at the Yorkshire Museum are up already! It has been so much fun and I have learnt a huge amount about geology, history and how a museum actually runs behind the scenes. Shout out to literally everyone in the curatorial team for being super patient every time I piped… Continue reading Insects, Fossils and Lava Coins: Three months with the Yorkshire Museum

Product excitement!

The giveaway batch of An Anxious Scientist badges was snapped up within a couple of hours. They are now on their way to new homes from the UK to the USA, via South Africa! I was so nervous when I decided to try out the giveaway! What if no one wants one? That'd be embarassing... So it was… Continue reading Product excitement!

The next step for An Anxious Scientist

I am so excited to finally unveil the new An Anxious Scientist logo. It brings together everything that I feel strongly about -- science, mental health and empowering women. Science has been all I have wanted to do ever since my Year 11 biology teacher told me that I could. She instructed me to buy Campbell and Reece's… Continue reading The next step for An Anxious Scientist

Books, books, books!

The last couple of weeks have been super busy for An Anxious Scientist! The first guest blog by Heidi Gardner has been published and you can now read interviews with two keen scicommers from the world of Instagram, Soph talks science and @eat_sleep_pipette_repeat. It is so great to have people enthusiastic about what I am trying to… Continue reading Books, books, books!

Skip Benefit, not class

Benefit Cosmetics has come under fire recently for their Skip Class Not Concealer campaign, seemingly implying that beauty, rather than brains, is the thing that society values about females. It has understandably received a lot of backlash with many feeling that it is another example of everyday sexism that should not be coming out of a… Continue reading Skip Benefit, not class