There is so much science in the world around us, but sadly science is often communicated in confusing jargon, if at all. This blog is about all things science – following current trends, but making science accessible to the everyday person. Hence the name, Science Accessibly. Follow this link to find out a little more about the motivation behind Science Accessibly.
Clare Garrard grew up in Zimbabwe, where she took an active interest in the world around her. From a young age, her interest in science was clear – sometimes to the detriment of her mother’s bathroom cosmetics! She has recently completed a Masters degree at the University of Cape Town, where she studied HIV structure using bioinformatics. When she is not working, you’ll find her dancing, reading, or gardening.