From PhD to TEDx Science Talk BTS
“Science, when communicated effectively, is a universal language.” – Sabrina Ng Pei Qin And so, I did a TEDx talk on my PhD research. Plant whispers, RNA modifications, and bioinformatics.
Embracing cultural diversity in Science
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…
Fall into Bioinformatics: Returning as a teaching instructor
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.
5 lessons I have learnt about academia: a postgraduate student’s perspective (so far)
I think that feeling of being thrown into the deep end and doing something you never thought you would accomplish is really powerful. Reshma Saujani
This holiday, I learn about self-care
“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.” – ANNE LAMOTT, AMERICAN NOVELIST
A pilgrim towards phD – Reflection and Recap of the journey so far
Often we thought our efforts are insignificant, yet each small milestone marks the courage that we persevered despite of all hardships and challenges. It’s the end of the year again, which I thought there is no better time for a self-reflection on my Master of Philosophy (MPhil) research candidature so far. Master of Philosophy (MPhil)…