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Women’s accomplishments, particularly in science, can often be forgotten from our History books. Today I would like to share with you one female scientist’s story which inspired me to become involved in science.
Last week was Borne to Dance. The Borne team, including my husband, have been planning this for months and it was spectacular: Reubens on the
It’s Pancake Day! This is a church tradition to use up all the rich ingredients before Lent. These luxuries – eggs and oil and dairy
My second baby was due on St.Valentine’s Day. I flirted with the idea of giving him or her Valentine as a middle name. It was silly really, but it seemed a special day to be born.
Dr Francois Sousa dos Santos, Borne PhD student, has been working as an Obstetrics and Gynaecology trainee in East London for the past three years.
With the end of January marking Chinese New Year, billions celebrated the year of the rooster according to the Chinese Zodiac. Throughout 2017, over 17 million babies will be born in China and, according to the legend of the rooster, are predicted to be talkative, open, honest, and loyal characters.