Open Access: one expression for many implications

I was extremely pleased to contribute an article on Open Acess to the latest issue of Phenotype Journal, the magazine of the Oxford University Biochemical Society. The full issue is available online and looks gorgeous! Thanks to the absence of length and formatting constraints on this blog, I added a few more references to the … More Open Access: one expression for many implications

Optics made fun

This is in no way an original topic: countless blogs and web pages celebrate the importance of scientific outreach initiatives. Last week the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford hosted a new “Stargazing Oxford” event, an afternoon of activities related to astronomy and beyond. When I arrived I saw an inflatable planetarium, a … More Optics made fun