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Kelly Oakes GBR

I'm an Undergraduate Physics student from Imperial College London, about to start the Masters year of my degree. I mostly write about physics research papers that I find interesting in the hope that other people will find them interesting too. The wordpress version of my blog is here.

My posts are presented as opinion and commentary and do not represent the views of LabSpaces Productions, LLC, my employer, or my educational institution.

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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

First of all, an apology. This blog has been very quiet of late — I've been writing up my thesis and taking my final exams. But as of last Friday all that is finished and am now the proud owner of a (provisional) upper second class degree in physics from Imperial! I have also managed to move house, which you'll realise is no mean feat if you know how much of a hoarder I am.

Now to the exciting news. As of today this blog will have a new home on the brand new Scientific American Blog Network! Click here to go and read my introduction post now. I am really excited about the move and I hope you will head over there to check it out. There are a lot of really amazing bloggers joining the network and I'm honoured to have my blog amongst theirs. So go and read Bora's introduction to the network or Editor-in-Chief of Scientific American Mariette DiChristina's welcome post and make yourself at home over there.

Signing off,

Kelly

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