About me

As you may already know, my name is Adam Chilcott. And my passion lies with science. I am truly grateful that I am able to explore and express my love for science, both through my job and now, through this blog! My aspirations are to spread knowledge to as many people as possible, and one way I do that is by teaching biology to children (and adults too, sometimes!).

I dabble with other science-y topics as well, and I’ve always wanted a medium to express all the thoughts and opinions I have about things that happen in the scientific world. That’s how this blog came about!

“Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done.” – Robert A. Heinlein

So I went ahead and started this blog—it’s done. I hope to see it flourish; mine and your knowledge flourishing along with it!

Adam Chilcott

More about me for the curious cats...

Ok, this is the basic stuff. I’m from Bournemouth, England; I currently live and work here too. I have a degree in Biology & Life Sciences. I enjoy teaching science to anyone who has an interest in the subject. Right now, I’m a part-time high-school teacher and full-time science explorer!

My journey

Believe it or not, I was not always a man of science. In school, I studied it just like any other subject—enough to form a basic understanding and pass all my tests, ha-ha! It was in high school, when I was about 15, that I got the chance to do different experiments; study plants and animals; and truly grasp the infiniteness of Science. That was when I knew—this is what I have to pursue! I had to study extra hard, but I enjoyed it. I spent countless hours learning things that weren’t even on the syllabus, simply because I enjoyed it (nerd alert, I know!) I believe that learning should never stop, whether you’re a kid or a ninety-year-old man. This blog is for me to teach the world what I have learned, and maybe learn something along the way too.

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