Belching, fountaining and spewing-out hot lava, volcanoes fascinate and intrigue scientists, artists and the public alike. Continue reading History has its uses: unearthing new information about volcanic eruptions
Life is a lot simpler on fieldwork: food, geology, sleep, and repeat. Working together as a team, 24/7, is intense, but also incredibly rewarding. Continue reading Arctic adventures: fieldwork on the Skaergaard intrusion, Greenland
On my return from a six week expedition in Greenland the main questions I was asked were: did you see … Continue reading Baking in the wilderness
Greenland – an ironic name for an island covered in ice. It has one of Earth’s largest land ice sheets, … Continue reading A six week field season in Greenland? Yes please.
I have thoroughly enjoyed the ever-changing landscape of the policy world. For a short time I was part of the weird, wonderful, wacky and often archaic world that is our Parliament and democratic process, and I feel very privileged to have been there. Continue reading The end of my time at Parliament
My internship allows me a fair number of places around the Palace of Westminster, so I’ve been trying to see … Continue reading Parliament’s hidden gems
Different types of archival paper were in the news in the build up to the Queen’s speech and the State … Continue reading Exploring the Victoria Tower, home to Parliament’s archive