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The notion of self-promotion

**YOUR OPINION ON THIS MATTERS TO ME** and you’ve probably been directed here through my experimentation with specifically notifying you about this blogpost (sorry, I don’t normally do that, but you’ll read why I have very soon).  So, before you close down this window, please spare a few minutes and let me know what you … Continue reading

Stand Up To Cancer

In the UK, the odds of winning the national lottery jackpot are 1 in 14 million.  There’s a 1 in 576,000 chance of being struck by lightning, a 1 in 24,528 chance of getting stuck in a lift and there’s a 1.5 in 100 chance of having twins. The chance of developing cancer is 1 … Continue reading

A smartphone gadget for micro- and tele-scopes

Taking photos down the microscope with a smartphone can be tricky.  You have to carefully line up the camera lens with the surprisingly small and wobbly ray of light that bursts from the eyepiece.  You then have to keep very still while you press the focus and shutter button, otherwise you risk having to start … Continue reading

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Della Thomas

Della Thomas

Hello, my name is Della and I'm a Specialist Scientific Lead in histological dissection working for the NHS in England.

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