We asked adoptive parents to tell us what they wish their family and friends understood. Here, in their own words, is what they told us.
Turn to page 42 of the spring issue to read my report exploring how academics suffering persecution in their home countries are being helped by Oxford University. http://www.oxfordtoday.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxford/OXFORD-TODAY-TT-16.pdf Or read the article on the website here
A 33-year-old Texan stands in a bathroom, filming. In front of her on the countertop is a plastic cup containing fresh breast milk donated by a friend, and a pregnancy test stick. She dips the test in the milk and carefully lays it on kitchen towel to dry. The experiment’s aim is to see if […]
I was so delighted to have the chance to write this for the lovely Prima website.
Earlier this year, famous Berkeley astronomer Geoff Marcy was found to have sexually harassed his students for years on end. Female astrophysicists say that he’s just the tip of the iceberg—widespread misogyny and bullying are driving women out of the field… Thank you to everyone who helped me research and write this.
In my latest column for The Oxford Times’ magazine, Limited Edition, I wrote about discovering the joys of gardening with my son, despite my inappropriate footwear choices.
We’ve all heard the buzz about facial serums – but what exactly are they, and are they really worth splashing out on? We spoke to skin experts to find out everything you need to know.
A new program in London brings old and young together—one incy, wincy spider at a time…
Author photographs: Nina Hollington ThemeShopy