Simone Eizagirre


University of Cambridge

I’m a student at the Nanotechnology Doctoral Training Centre at University of Cambridge, recently graduated with a Master of Chemical Physics from the University of Edinburgh. I’m interested in photonics, optoelectronics, and materials science. I enjoy writing about the intersections between science, technology, and society.

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Science has a garbage problem. Why aren't recycling schemes more popular?

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Research institutions need to reflect on their attitudes toward plastic waste and make sustainability a priority in laboratories

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A new scientific method plays tag to understand neutrinos

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Neutrinos are subatomic particles that scientists have puzzled over for decades

Celebrating lasers and photonics on the International Day of Light

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Innovations in harnessing light, from individual photons to laser beams, have revolutionized our world

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Your language brain matters more for learning programming than your math brain

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New research contradicts long held assumptions about coding

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