Never Not Comfortable: GANT Tech Prep

I've been a bit of a fabric nerd since studying textile technology as part of my BSc in the mid 90s. Finding out which fibres have good wicking properties, enabling moisture to be drawn away from the skin, and discovering the ways in which manufacturers were developing fabrics that were both breathable and easy care... Continue Reading →

Ada Lovelace Day: The Professors

As you probably already know, Ada Lovelace Day aims to celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) by encouraging people to shine a light on the women in STEM that they admire. Working in an arts university, I don't encounter scientists very often so I was unsure who to choose... Continue Reading →

Ada Lovelace Day: The 3D Game Artist

I was keen to write something for Ada Lovelace Day this year, but have to admit that I've found it extremely tricky to narrow my inspiration down to just one woman. Do I tell you about an ex-colleague, Laura Rodrigues, who is a Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Head of Faculty at LSHTM? Do... Continue Reading →

Ada Lovelace Day: The Teacher

In case you don't already know, Ada Lovelace Day is an international day of blogging to celebrate the achievements of women in technology and science. At first I wondered who on earth I could write about to mark such a day but, when I thought some more, there was one woman who stood out... one... Continue Reading →

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