Science Accessibly started in 2016 as a way to communicate science and make it accessible to the everyday person. Impactful science is too often locked behind paywalls or not taken beyond research groups and into the communities where it will make a difference. Science Accessibly is my way of trying to bridge that gap.
I hope that you will find something of value here. Thanks for visiting!
Who writes all this stuff?
This is pretty much a one lady blog – with some much valued input from family and friends. I’m Clare, and I write because I enjoy it, and because it allows me to make a difference beyond the very narrow and focused research that is my Masters degree.
I have a BSc in Biochemistry & French, and a BMedSc (Hons) in Bioinformatics*, and I am currently working towards an MScMed in Bioinformatics, with a focus on HIV.
*Think computer science crossed with biochemistry and you’ll have an idea!
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