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Four Years of Science Blogging and Communicating Science!

I almost completely forgot that exactly four years ago today, I launched my blog! ๐ŸŽŠ
Four years ago! 

I've not been active on my blog lately, mainly because I'm working on my dissertation and my future career steps after my masters is finally over๐Ÿ•๐Ÿ˜ญ
Everything blog related is postponed till September, where I'll start blogging about what I've been working on in the past year (also dissertation tips) and things I wish I'd known before starting a masters degree. ๐ŸŽ“

In the meantime I thought I'd share with you, my most read blog posts, the ones you really enjoyed!

Starting off with a series on scientists: Scientist of the week 5: Elsie Widdowson

A bit of psychology... Why do we remember bad memories easier than good ones?

A recent-ish, STS themed post, asking the question: Are we as science communicators, doing our job?

A badly phrased question, to a really important answer: Does the public trust clinical trials?

One for the people who s…

One Paragraph on Brexit and Science

Does the public trust clinical trials?

My rollercoaster attempt at moving to WordPress and what I learnt from it

Butter or Fish Oil for the Brain? (Infographic)

One Paragraph on Green Energy From Grass

Happy 2 Years Crystals and Catalysts!

One paragraph on Migraines caused by Vitamin Deficiencies

4 New Elements - Half A Year Later

New medication “clears up” Psoriasis almost completely

One Paragraph on Origami Surgical Robots

Paracetamol Switches Off Your Empathy

Are common painkillers more dangerous than we think?

Possibility for Future AIDS Vaccine

Where have I been?

Candy Floss Machines May Be The Future For Making Artificial Organs