A little something I wrote for the Manchester Life Scientists student blog!
It’s British Science Week (14th-20th March)! So this week, we’re celebrating science, technology and engineering all across the university.
To kick start the week, I thought I would tell you about a science experiment that sticks in my mind, which I carried out for my Research Skills Module during my second year of studying Zoology at The University of Manchester. I carried out this experiment during the field course in Alpine Biodiversity and Forest Ecology, which took place in the Italian Carnic Alps. As this field course takes place in the summer after second year, I doubt much has been said about this field course on the student blog in the past! So I’ll take now as the perfect opportunity to tell you a little more about this.
The view from my early morning runs!
I will admit that I was a little nervous before…
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