Category Archives: Interviews

A few words from David Perez

I have a couple of things I’m trying to get written up at the moment, but to my excitement, I’ve just yesterday managed to ask David Perez a few questions about mobile security [1]. I wrote about this topic a … Continue reading

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No fossil: an interview with Mike Benton

We are blessed with a really good paleontology department at Bristol University and it’s all housed in the really lovely Wills memorial building at the top of park street. I hardly ever have cause to go in there, but today … Continue reading

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An interview with Tania Hershman

This week I had the pleasure of meeting up with the Bristol University science writer in residence Tania Hershman (pictured). I came up with this article for Epigram and enjoyed writing it so much I thought I would post it … Continue reading

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An interview with Peter Barham

“There are certain tricks…although that’s a bad word, because really it’s about understanding.” Last friday I strolled the 500 meters or so across the University precinct to the Physics department. I was on my way to see Peter Barham. I’ve … Continue reading

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