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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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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...

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biochem belle
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Welcome aboard, Kelly!

Genomic Repairman
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Welcome to the club.

Kelly Oakes
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Thanks for the warm welcome guys!

Lady Scientist
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Hi, Kelly. Nice to meet you. Welcome and I'm looking forward to reading more!
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