During the hours of daylight I work for a large cancer charity, helping to tell the world about the fantastic research funded by the organisation, and how it’s helping to beat cancer.
It’s pretty much the best job in the world, working with awesome people and getting to write about science all day (and go on the telly…)
And as part of it, I spent most of last week in a black hole of html coding, making these pages on Cancer Research UK’s progress in developing cancer drugs. I always get a little thrill when my new pages go live, even though they’re not terribly whizzy.
Have a look, let me know what you think (and please don’t mention any typos…)