Month: March 2016

A Kind of Calder

Last month was undoubtedly, the worst month of my Phd so far.

Germany is good, don’t get me wrong, but experimental science can be the most heartbreaking of quests. The worst part is when the input doesn’t equal the output. When things don’t work, and you don’t know why. At these times, we scientists unanimously turn to our other lives.

We swear to become bakers. Crochet tiny animals from twine. Start knitting, drawing, felting, sewing.

And grand desserts parade from our kitchen. And the freezer is full of falafel. And the house never looked so clean.

We want to do something, that does something. That produces a tangible product.

Like a mobile! Read More