Emily Dix - Swansea graduate and 'revolutionary' palaeobotanist (pic via http://www.palaeobotany.org/page/pioneers/emily-dix/#)

Emily Dix - Swansea graduate and 'revolutionary' palaeobotanist

'Mentoring young scientists is a privilege and part of the job... During my PhD there were no female role models.'  Hillary-Lappin-Scott, Chair in Microbiology at Swansea Uni

'Mentoring young scientists is a privilege and part of the job. During my PhD there were no female role models.' Hillary-Lappin-Scott, Chair in Microbiology at Swansea Uni

Swansea PhD student Eliza Cook, in a 2m snowpit for Icelandic tephra sampling (pic via @SwanseaTephra)

Swansea Tephra Group on

Swansea PhD student Eliza Cook, in a snowpit for Icelandic tephra sampling (pic via

Dr Anna Hughes, glacial geomorphologist at Swansea University (pic via @LaurenceDyke)

Field Photo Friday: An iceberg from Kangerdlugssuaq Glacier, Greenland (via PhD Student at Swansea University studying Palaeoglaciology in Greenland)

Dr Pat Lee, Genetic and Evolutionary Ecologist (Swansea University)

Dr Pat Lee, Genetic and Evolutionary Ecologist (Swansea University)

Charlotte Axtell, PhD student at Swansea University (glacio-geophysics)

Charlotte Axtell, PhD student at Swansea University (glacio-geophysics)

Dr Rhian Meara, Geologist, sampling volcanic ash during the 2010 eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull (Swansea University).

Dr Rhian Meara, Geologist, sampling volcanic ash during the 2010 eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull (Swansea University).

Monika Seisenberger, mathematician, physicist and Lecturer in Computer Science at Swansea University

Monika Seisenberger, mathematician, physicist and Lecturer in Computer Science at Swansea University

Testing the hot water drill at Tarfala: 'dirty work, but worth it to be in such a beautiful place' (pic via Charlotte Axtell, PhD student @SwanseaUni, working on the Swedish glacier Storglaciären)

Trekking to Tarfala

Testing the hot water drill at Tarfala: 'dirty work, but worth it to be in such a beautiful place' (pic via Charlotte Axtell, PhD student working on the Swedish glacier Storglaciären)

'Scientist of global standing', Leanne Stannard

'Scientist of global standing', Leanne Stannard

Sylvia Vandenabeele's PhD looks at the effect that tracking devices have on animals' biology and well-being.  Her research involves a wind tunnel and a cormorant called 'George'... (Swansea University)

Sylvia Vandenabeele's PhD looks at the effect that tracking devices have on animals' biology and well-being. Her research involves a wind tunnel and a cormorant called 'George'.

Serena Wright, PhD student in fish behaviour (College of Science, Swansea University)

Serena Wright, PhD student in fish behaviour (College of Science, Swansea University)

Dr Sabrina Fossette, a marine bioscientist who works with sea turtles, humpback whales and jellyfish (Swansea University)

Dr Sabrina Fossette, a marine bioscientist who works with sea turtles, humpback whales and jellyfish (Swansea University)

Dr Gail Schofield, Marine Turtle Research Group (College of Science, Swansea University)

Dr Gail Schofield, Marine Turtle Research Group (College of Science, Swansea University)

Becky Scott (PhD student, Marine Turtle Research Group)

Becky Scott (PhD student, Marine Turtle Research Group)

Steph Hinder, PhD student in Swansea Uni's Marine Turtle Research Group (College of Science)

Steph Hinder, PhD student in Swansea Uni's Marine Turtle Research Group (College of Science)

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