Science has known no borders in terms of countries and cultures. Like music, science unites people from all walks of life, regardless of your upbringing and cultural background. Since I have set my eyes to pursue the journey of research, working in a multicultural setting is the icing on the cake to my research training as a scientist.
I find that the most challenging aspect of being a PhD research candidate is not just the research work itself, but also the people who you work with.
As a lab, what can we do to minimise the impact of this pandemic on our research work? At the… Read more Covid-19 and PhD-Plan B: How to keep swimming amid pandemic wave hit
The longer I am in the PhD programme, the more I am exploring research identity.
So, who am I?
I was told there is a similar group working on the same project as us while I was still analysing the data, and the group was close to publishing their work.
This is the same workshop which I attended in 2016 when I was a second year undergraduate, where I started learning about the world of bioinformatics. Fast forward to three years later, I am returning to the same workshop, this time as a teaching instructor.