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Kerry Gordon

Kerry Gordon has taken a scenic route to her current role as an R&D scientist developing enzymes for molecular biology. Along the way she’s puzzled at the role of particular proteins in cardiovascular disease and HIV, edited medical journals and dabbled in scicom. She is currently also running Science Cafe Cape Town – a grass roots organisation bringing science to the public.

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Science Really Can Be All Fun And Games!

By Kerry Gordon | October 31, 2011

If there’s something I love more than science, it’s the internet.  The way it brings information and people together is astounding! There is also huge potential for the internet to be used for good.   One application that I find fascinating is crowd sourcing to engage people in research – using vast numbers of people from…

7 Mantras for Pain-free Thesis Writing

By Kerry Gordon | September 1, 2011

You’ve spent a few years optimising your experiments and gathering data, and with good planning “The easier way to write a PhD thesis” it’s all come together and you’re ready to start writing it up. This is the last big challenge in getting your PhD finished, but it’s the part which can feel the most…

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