I've been thinking about humour recently...
I have to make a confession - I love those old episodes of Batman. The ones with Adam West as the Caped Crusader. Kitsch, colourful and comical. Imagine, like Commissioner Gordon and Chief O'Hara, you're faced with a professional challenge; one you know that you need help to tackle. Do you pretend that everything's OK?... Continue Reading →
I am looking forward to working with another group of SEPnet physicists as part of the Enterprising Ideas Competition. We have teams signed up from institutions across the SEPnet consortium who are ready to learn, get innovative and possibly win some cold hard cash! It is great to be working with SEPnet again as I... Continue Reading →
It's a week since I watched the BBC's debate on the Southern Rail strike action. Hosted by Jo Coburn, it brought together Mike Lynch of the RMT (The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers) and Charles Horton of GTR (Govia Thameslink Railway). Standing side by side you could feel the tension between them. ... Continue Reading →
Collaboration is a key part of the leadership mix and when it works well it is a rewarding route to creating value and delivering impact. And that is exactly what SATRO and EH Enterprises are doing. It is great to be working together on our exciting STEMalive! project; inspiring future scientists and engineers with conversations,... Continue Reading →