I had a great afternoon presenting a talk as part of Havant College's 'enriching science' sessions. I gave an insight into the life of a marine scientist, including how ideas are transformed into experiments and what it's like to work at sea. Many thanks to the students for keeping me on my toes with thought-provoking questions!
We had great feedback about our Early Career Event at this years' Challenger Conference 2014. Thanks to the speakers and all 70 participants who made it such a successful event! More information can be found here.
We are currently inviting applications for PhD projects at the NOCS Graduate School! If you're interested in doing a PhD in my area of research but don't see a project that interests you, email me to find out about possible opportunities. Interested in applying? Email me or click here to find out about funding and how to apply.
Dr. Clare Postlethwaite, Dr. Abigail McQuatters-Gollop and myself proudly enjoyed the meeting "A Prospectus for UK Marine Sustained Observations" we organised at the Royal Society on behalf of the Challenger Society for Marine Science and UK SCOR. After 10 months of organisation, the meeting was a great success! See the Storify at:
Challenger Prospectus 2013 Storify
We have a *fully funded* PhD studentship available in phytoplankton primary production and remote sensing. The project is based at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, includes co-supervisors at the University's of Oxford and Southampton (me), and involves fieldwork at sea. Application closes 3rd May.
Please contact me (or any of the other supervisors) for more information.
I've added a new project to the list of PhD topics advertised at the Graduate School of the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. If you don't see a project that interests you, you could contact a potential supervisor and enquire about developing one.