Cycling · Research · Sport

Week 33: Day of Research and Cycling to Ely

I received an invitation from¬†Matt Lemming to his house for a dinner party with several other Gates Scholars on Wednesday afternoon. Given time after work, I rode down to his house on the other side of town, where he had prepared a wholesome meal of curry. We sat around and discussed many a topic; at… Continue reading Week 33: Day of Research and Cycling to Ely

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Cycling · Socialising

Week 24: My trip to Shippea Hill (and other shenanigans)

As far as work goes, I spent the week just reading recent-ish articles on TeV-scale Higgsinos, but that was by far the less interesting part of my week. To begin, on Monday, Jacqueline and I were invited over for soup cooked by Annalise. She had prepared a large pot and didn’t want to eat through… Continue reading Week 24: My trip to Shippea Hill (and other shenanigans)

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Christmas · Parent's Visit

Parent’s Visit, Days 8-10: Christmas in Cambridge

My parents returned from their trip around the south-west early on Christmas Eve. They had to return their hire car by 10:30am to avoid being charged for an extra day. They dropped their bags off at my room, and drove out to Newmarket to return the car. Whilst they were walking back, I went out… Continue reading Parent’s Visit, Days 8-10: Christmas in Cambridge

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Politics

US Election: Concerns, Coping and Consolidating My Thoughts

I think that much of the planet woke up in shock this morning. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then someone must have printed out this blog post and carried it to you on camel-back to the middle of the Sahara Desert where you have been living a hermit lifestyle. Any contact with… Continue reading US Election: Concerns, Coping and Consolidating My Thoughts

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