DAC Beachcroft partner Rachel Cropper-Mawer spent time in-house at Willis International and BP before returning to private practice. Here are her tips on how to go back…
Rachel Cropper-MawerIt used to be that going in house was regarded as a one-way ticket, but nothing could be more different today. This publication has spoken often of the increasingly demanding profile of GCs, dealing with risk and becoming the trusted advisor to the business on a multitude of issues and not just those r
- Earth's creatures outwardly display an astonishing diversity of genitalia and mating behavior, but the intricate details of how genitalia interact during copulation has remained largely mysterious. In a new study, researchers deploy inventive new techniques to decipher the internal dynamics of copulation. They demonstrate the approach in multiple species of marine mammals, which are animals known to have unusually shaped genitalia.
- Planet-hunters Natalie Batalha, Michael Gillon and Guillem Anglada-Escudé have been named to Time magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people for their exoplanet research.
- Former NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman drove a battery-powered Hummer at the front of the March for Science satellite rally in Los Angeles yesterday (April 22), and discussed his concern for how well humans are taking care of spaceship Earth.
- Carbon is a building block of life on our planet. It is stored in reservoirs on Earth – in rocks, plants and soil – in the oceans, and in the atmosphere. And it cycles constantly between these reservoirs.
- The world saw brain power take a different form Saturday.
- China's electric-car market is already the world's biggest, but a government proposal to introduce "new energy" vehicle quotas for automakers is further charging it up.
- Thousands of scientists and science enthusiasts of all ages flooded the streets of Washington despite a drizzling rain Saturday (April 22) in a March for Science to show their support for the scientific work that has made modern life possible