** In collaboration** You’re a busy person, and you’ve got a lot of responsibilities in your life, and most of all, you’ve got your studies to keep up with. They take an awful lot out of you, and being able to commit to them and do well means you’ve got a promising future ahead of you! But in the meantime, […]
*Written by Steve* “Why do you ride?” is a question most cyclists have been asked on many occasions, and it’s easy to respond with the clichés like fitness, weight loss, or #outsideisfree. My answer has changed over the years from utilitarian purposes, to social outlets, and everything in between. I’m getting ahead of myself, let’s rewind to 2012. I was […]
Featured ‘day in the life of’: Lisa a PhD student in developmental physiology & ‘In a Science World’ blogger.
A Day in the life of Lisa (developmental physiology PhD student & blogger): I’m Lisa a PhD student in developmental physiology at the University of Southampton, UK. I’m currently in my final year and my research is investigating how maternal diets (high-fat and also vitamin D deficient) during pregnancy impact on the baby’s skeletal muscle development and function in later life. […]