What a year! It was definitely a busy one- as you could probably guess seeing as I’ve only published 3 articles since July! I didn’t get to spend as much time writing for here as I’d hoped, so I didn’t quite reach my goals for visitors and views- but I’m so grateful for every single… Continue reading Thanks 2021!
How to find and make the most of work experience!
Getting work experience is difficult even in normal years, and the pandemic made it even more challenging. But don't let this deter you! Work Experience is really valuable, and can help you figure out what you like (and don't like) so you can narrow down the fields you want to pursue further. When searching for… Continue reading How to find and make the most of work experience!
While most people are celebrating new year, I get to celebrate another milestone- the second birthday of Never Trust An Atom! And what a two years it’s been- I love this community of science and astronomy enthusiasts, I’ve gotten to interview (or just chat with in a comments section) so many awesome people 🤩. Here’s… Continue reading Thanks 2020!
A Day in the Life of a Quarantined Student
A couple of days ago, I did a day in the life on my Instagram stories and thought I would type it up here- so welcome to a little insight into my life on lockdown as an aspiring scientist! 8:20: Lockdown was starting to get to me, so I’ve started using Headspace to start my… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Quarantined Student
Why Science needs Women
February 11th was the International Day for Women and Girls in Stem (wow that’s a mouthful to say!). But why is this day so important? Why isn’t it just STEM day? It’s because last year, only 8,000 girls took A-Level physics, but over THREE TIMES as many boys did. (sciencefocus.com) It’s because Women make up… Continue reading Why Science needs Women
The Journey Begins
Hello and Welcome to Never Trust An Atom! I'm Jade the author, and here's a sneak peek of what's to come!