While I had thought I would be writing more travel blogs at this time, the coronavirus situation has put my travel plans put on hold. Instead, this past week I have been involved in an online science meeting where I was able to engage with Nobel laureates and meet other young scientists from around the globe! Read more about my incredible experience in this blog
This weekend I participated in the first online sciathon run by the Lindau Nobel laureate meeting organisers. This was certainly a memorable experience for all the right reasons! For 48hrs I engaged with scientists from around the world to improve the dissemination of scientific knowledge. Read more to find out how this went down and how I managed to work with people while on the other side of the world!
A place where I have frequented throughout much of my scientific journey is The Coorong National Park which is located in South Australia, Australia. The Coorong and Lower lakes are a wetland system that belong to the indigenous Ngarrindjeri people.This coastal lagoon is home for many migratory birds and Australian wildlife. This is a special place for me that I thought I would share a little bit about.
I am in Mexico! specifically on the Yucatan peninsula eating amazing Mexican food, drinking margaritas, visiting beaches and brushing up on my Spanish ‘otra margarita por favor’