My name is Bernadette Lim, and I am currently a high school senior at St. Lucy’s. I love blogging, science, and analytical writing.
These posts are meant to convey the exploration of science through the eyes of a student in which each experience – whether through hands-on experience, reading, research, or conversation – is new, refreshing, and hopfully enlightening to your mind.
Saying this, it is safe for me to say that my posts won’t be of academic par to the rest of the ScienceBlog blogs, but know that all posts are genuine and meant for enjoyment and to incite thoughts within your science-loving mind, whether you are a professor, student, or ordinary science enthusiast.
Some aspects I hope this blog will convey for readers alike:
- I hope to be a liaison between the professionals of the scientific community and the next generation. It is our responsibility to allow the next generation of scientists to become passionate about their work.
- I am religious, not super freaky religious, but to an extent where my faith is of great importance to me. The relationship between science and my religion (Catholicism) has always been a topic of hot debate, and I hope to reconcile differences and tell you the perspective of an ordinary, religious science-loving Catholic girl.
- I am also interested in scientific and health policy. “Science and politics?” you may be thinking. “This girl is crazy!” True, but as I am still in high school, I have developed a great interest in many things. This is also seen through my love for English essay writing, scientific research, government, and piano.
Enjoy and do not hesitate to say hello or offer feedback.