Hi everyone! This is my reflection on weeks 3 and 4 of my project. They were challenging but I learned a lot, so here are a few thoughts I'd like to share. I chose to focus on more personal rather than academic takeaways from my project as they are more relatable. Feel free to share your thoughts!
Data visualisation is a key skill for scientists that is often overlooked by many junior researchers. My work this summer has taught me the importance of visualising data, and the difficulties that often arise during the process.
As part of my Laidlaw Research Project I am carrying out research on body hair and racialized bullying of teenage girls in UK secondary schools, and how this interacts with the relationship between misogyny and racism.
Today is the start of my 3rd week of research.I have been meaning to blog about my research every week but i didn't. So here is what i have done in week 1 and lessons i learnt along the way.
Hi everyone! I thought it would be a good idea for me to reflect on my project this summer. I am hoping to write up a reflection that would cover my most significant takeaways for every two weeks of my research project.
Here are my reflections on the first 2 weeks of my lab-based research project!
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