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Modelling the invisible at the Royal Society
PostgraduateResearch

Modelling the invisible at the Royal Society

This summer, for the first time, the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology (IPPP) had the chance to bring a few students and staff members to London for the Royal Society Summer Exhibition. With a group of around 20 physicists, we set out to engage the public with an interactive exhibition that would represent part of the…
Voyages d’une Parisienne au Népal (PhD student research in Nepal)
DepartmentsInternationalPostgraduateResearchStudy abroad

Voyages d’une Parisienne au Népal (PhD student research in Nepal)

I was an undergraduate and later an MA student in the Department of Archaeology here in Durham and, after an interval of a few years in Paris, I am now back as a PhD student. One of the (many) reasons why I have kept coming back to Durham is the opportunities that I have been given here to get involved in a variety of projects…
Day in the life of a Masters student
Postgraduate

Day in the life of a Masters student

I arrived in Durham in October to start my Master’s by Research in French. It’s a great course  because you’re completely free to choose your own topic and then it’s up to you to structure your time and your research; apart from meetings with my supervisors, I don’t have any compulsory contact…
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