Life at CERN: Are you a physicist or an engineer?

Life at CERN: Are you a physicist or an engineer?

A regular column by a Yi Ling, a Malaysian who used to work at CERN, the world’s largest particle physics laboratory.

Read Article →
PhD - getting it the Kiwi way!

PhD – getting it the Kiwi way!

Dr Valerie Soo tells us about her experience doing a PhD in New Zealand.

Read Article →
Life as a Postdoc at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Life as a Postdoc at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Dr Oon Chern Ein shares about her life as a postdoc in the research institute famous for the Nobel Prize award.

Read Article →
Book Review: “The Book Of Nothingness: Vacuums, Voids And The Latest Ideas On The Origin Of The Universe”

Book Review: “The Book Of Nothingness: Vacuums, Voids And The Latest Ideas On The Origin Of The Universe”

Gabrielle Chong reviews the interesting book on the ideas of vacuum in space and the origin of the universe.

Read Article →
Fermi’s Paradox

Fermi’s Paradox

Are we alone in this world? If we are not, why haven’t we found any extraterrestrial intelligence yet? Gabrielle Chong, a student at Wellesley College, US, explains possible philosophical answers to this paradox also known as the Fermi’s Paradox.

Read Article →