Tag Archives: Eureka

Writing the Right Stuff

Almost everything I have written over the last 30 odd years has been in the standard format of so-called ‘scholarly articles’ and grant applications.  There is a certain style to this, rather formal and usually retaining the passive voice – … Continue reading

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Eureka! -Choosing the 100 Most Influential People in British Science

This piece also appears as a guestblog on the Times’s Science blog “Eureka Zone” (behind the paywall). When an invitation to join the panel to help draw up the Eureka100 powerlist in science arrived in my inbox, my fancy was … Continue reading

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