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Feature | 8 min READ
In our third installment, Pilar Corredor-Moreno, a PhD student in the Saunder’s Group studying wheat yellow rust at EI, shares her fascinating and honest opinions on computing.
| 5 min READ
When once we could only blindly cross-breed our domesticated animal and plant species, we are now in an era of synthetic biology: applying engineering to biotechnology.
Quick read | 5 min READ
We are proud to boast an increasing number of PhD students at EI. Here, we focus on the work of Pilar Corredor-Moreno, who is working on wheat yellow rust - but from wheat’s side of the story.
Quick read | 3 min READ
Not everyone has a 'classic' route into a scientific career, proving that it’s never too late to change your career path.
A look at the crux of your three or four years of study: the dreaded thesis and viva voce that will seal your doctorhood.
Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science and technology but behind this are the remarkable achievements of the very first computer programmer.
We interview Vanessa Bueno of the Saunders Group, who is a predoctoral student working on wheat yellow rust.
Feature | 10 min READ
So you want to do a PhD degree, huh? Here we've got everything you need to know about getting started.