Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Footsteps Echo

Originally posted on Things I have learnt today:
Candle lit in Church of Saint Gervais, Paris in memory of Meg Burville 29th April 2014. The footsteps echo softly down the corridors of time, And memories gently stir like windmills of…

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When Believing is Seeing

Today I awoke to read the news of the incredible discovery of a “Supervoid”, a gigantic hole in the universe and the largest structure ever identified by humans. At 1.8 billion light years across, astronomers are calling it “huge”. An … Continue reading

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The curse of the research scientist

I love science, I love research and I love working on problems that, if solved, could make a difference to the well-being of others. I love to relax at night and on planes by opening up the spread sheets, performing … Continue reading

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