Monthly Archive: September, 2014

Should we rely on science to inform policy?


Today marks the start of the badger cull Round 2.┬áThe hugely controversial cull of a British Icon has sparked debate across the nation, and many contend that science has not been the basis… Continue reading

September: Get Employed?


September swings around, unexpectedly again. With it, the familiar sense of anxiety that accompanies the new academic year. However, I have noticed a (probably not) unusual number of entry-level jobs, courses, and opportunities… Continue reading