Jess explores – STEM + feminism = STEMinist (S2 E19)

Have you ever wondered what STEM was and why it was important? You're in luck! This week I'll be exploring STEM and how you can ensure that you are using this approach to problem-solving, even if you're not in academia (or perhaps precisely because you're not in academia). I will explore what STEMinism is -... Continue Reading →

The green flash

I think we all can agree that nature is really awesome. From tiny little critters to majestic creatures of the sea and everything in between, planet ocean is simply magnificent and there is really no place like it! But you know what's even more awesome? Human knowledge being passed down from generation to generation, from... Continue Reading →

The Silent World

As this is posted, I am currently in one of the most important presentations of my short life. I am defending my master's thesis in front of a committee, showing them that I have spent the last year of my life wisely, researching something that I care deeply about. I will most likely write a... Continue Reading →

Take a Detour

Last month I traveled to the US to (finally) start the next phase of my Master's thesis: data collection by conducting 1-hour long interviews with all sorts of people. What does this mean? In short, it means asking questions, and lots of them while also listening to elaborate answers. Sometimes you hear things you never... Continue Reading →

Wedding vows.

We are 9 days away from the I-dos and I just had a shocking realization. Apparently, you do NOT prepare a 10 minute speech with powerpoint slides for your wedding vows. Furthermore you do NOT give your wedding vows to half of your wedding party to proof read and get back to you with suggestions... Continue Reading →

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