Oxford Sparks Q&A
On the 30th April I was lucky enough to be asked to appear on Oxford Sparks’ live Q&A session.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Oxford Sparks, they are a University Oxford affiliated group that aim to “explore and discover the exciting science across the University of Oxford and beyond”. You can find out more about their work across the university here.
As part of the COVID19 pandemic the team wanted to highlight scientists from across the univeristy who are now working from home as part of their #scienceathome campaign. Although I was a little nervous I really shouldn’t have been. The chat was a relaxed discussion about what exactly is computational biophysics and why it’s important in modern science. You can check out how I got on in the video!