Thursday, July 29, 2010
I'm Kelly and I'm an Undergraduate Physicist at Imperial College in London.
I've been a massive geek from a young age (see photo), and never really considered doing anything other than a science degree. When I was little I was interested in the usual things - space and dinosaurs
- and, to be honest, not much has changed.
Fossil hunting on the beach
I started my blog, basic space
, over at wordpress last November initially just to post science articles I'd written for felix
, the student newspaper at Imperial. A few months ago I decided I'd quite like to start writing a bit more, about physics research papers I find interesting, so that's what I've been doing for a little while now. Because I've barely got my own blog up and running, I'm going to continue to post both on my original blog and here - I'm not quite ready to fly my cosy wordpress nest yet but I hope that nobody will hold that against me!
So, I blog about physics that I like. This tends to keep me quite close to topics like space and astonomy, but I'll be starting my Masters project soon (eek!) in particle physics and I plan to write about that too.
I'll keep it short and sweet and leave it there for now, but if anyone wants to know anything more, feel free to ask...