I’m Emma. Biogeoscientist, blogger, baker.

I’m currently finishing my PhD at UEA. I work on the interface between the coastal ocean and the atmosphere. My research has two themes; I’m an atmospheric chemist who also works on trace gases released by seaweeds. I’m in the final stages of my PhD and should be submitting in March 2013.

I’ve been writing this blog since 2010. I write about my research, academic life and the fascinatingly blurry line that separates science and art. I’ve also written for the British Science Association, freelance art/science work and for the Eastern Daily Press Environmental Correspondent blog.

I love to hear from readers so feel free to leave a comment, email me at pipettesandpaintbrushes [at] gmail.com, find me on Twitter @emleedham or connect with me on LinkedIN.

Please note –
All work, unless otherwise referenced, is my own and should be quoted as such. Please do not replicate, distribute or use any part of my blog without contacting me first!  Everything I write here is my own opinion and does not necessarily represent the opinions held by my employers, collaborators or anyone else.  All unattributed photographs are my own, please let me know if you’d like to use them elsewhere.

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