Month: September 2018

Self-healing superhydrophobic coatings

Long-term water-repellent metal surfaces may be one step closer Photo credit: UCL MAPS / O. Usher Superhydrophobic coatings have found widespread application in the maritime sector – from protecting ship hulls from ice and corrosion, to reducing friction, or keeping windscreens clear. But because these coatings owe their water-repellency to micro- or nanoscale...


Ultimate carrot cake recipe

Five years after sharing my first cake recipe on here, I thought it was time to share another! I hope you enjoy it. I love a good carrot cake, but I’ve always struggled to find the perfect recipe. But just a few weeks ago, I think I finally cracked it, so I thought I’d share it with you lovely people. The cake recipe is based on this one, but...


Forbes..... the long-overdue update

Hi peeps, Hope you’re all well? It’s been AGES since I did a proper update here on the blog. Myself and RJ are just about to head Europe-ward (for a very exciting reason), so I’m hoping to make time to do that on one on the many long-haul flight we’ll be taking! With only a few days until we fly, my life is a mess of packing &...