reflecting on teaching (& learning) about the nature of science

This is a re-post of something I originally wrote for the ‘other’ blog that I share with Marcus & Fabiana. A couple of days ago I took part in a discussion around reflective writing. It was organised by the University’s Student Learning Support team, with the intention of helping students working towards their PhDs to […]

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sherlock holmes & csi

I’ve just finished reading The Science of Sherlock Holmes, an engaging little book that has the subtitle: from Baskerville Hall to the Valley of Fear, the real forensics behind the Great Detective’s greatest cases. I’m a sucker for CSI, so when I saw that title in the library, I simply couldn’t resist. (At this point I should […]

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