Award winning research

Last summer, I won the Young Scientist Award at the 16th International Congress on Artificial Materials for Novel Wave Phenomena – Metamaterials 2022. The conference METAMATERIALS conference is a prestigious event, bringing together scientists from academia and industry to present leading-edge research on the advancements in Electromagnetic Applications and Telecommunications. METAMATERIALS 2022 was a 4-day […]

The life cycle of a trench: A week digging in Bishop Auckland

Day one: New beginnings At the end of their first year of archaeology at Durham, students undertake 15 days of excavation, which was how I found myself sitting on a bus towards Bishop Auckland several hours before I would usually be awake. However, I was excited to see where we were going and to start […]

Anthropology field trip to Gibraltar 2022

One of the best aspects of studying Anthropology at Durham is being able to go on a Field Course before final year. It’s such a good way to explore another culture and get to know your course mates better! This year 15 of us travelled to Gibraltar for a week to study human-primate interactions. Our […]

How I chose my university

Narrowing down what university you should apply to from over 150 choices nationwide can be an intimidating task. With so many options you need to know you are making the right decision! To help, here is how four of our Summer School mentors chose the universities they applied to, and how they eventually ended up […]