Monthly Archives: March 2013

Every cloud has a revision silver lining

I always remember my Oxford tutor telling me there was a correlation between the weather and the number of first class degrees.  In years with a cold and wet spring undergraduates remained at their desks and in the library.  Bad … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Scientific Opportunities in the USA

Perse Head of Science Jeremy Burrows submits a guest blog about his recent trip to Boston: Travelling around the snowy outskirts of Boston recently I passed an enormous hole in the ground; a hole in the ground that interestingly sums … Continue reading

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The advantages of an autumn birthday……..

Many moons ago, as a new teacher in my first school I was given various pieces of obvious and less obvious advice from experienced colleagues.  “Don’t smile at your classes until Christmas” growled one long serving teacher.  “Always keep two … Continue reading

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