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Penny Sarchet Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Sun Dec, 2015
Penny Sarchet

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Birth Nation: United Kingdom

Quick Timeline of Penny Sarchet

2005 Joined University of Oxford
2010 Won Senior Scholar, Lincoln College, Oxford
2009 Began working as a Science Reader
2012 Graduated from University of Oxford
2011 Won Guardian & Observer/Wellcome Trust Science
2011 Began working as a freelance Science journalist
2014 Joined New Scientist

Detail Timeline of Penny Sarchet

2005

Joined University of Oxford

She received her primary education from some elementary school in London and then she joined secondary school. After the completion of her secondary education from some secondary school, she joined University of Oxford to pursue her bachelor’s degree.

2010

Won Senior Scholar, Lincoln College, Oxford

As she was one of the brilliant student since her childhood days, she also continued to show her extra intelligence when she was in University of Oxford. For that excellence in 2010, she was honored with the Senior Scholar, Lincoln College of Oxford. 

2009

Began working as a Science Reader

After completing her bachelor's degree, she further continued her education and at the same time, she also began working as a Science Reader at Oxford English Dictionary. She joined them at the end of 2009 and worked there till the end of 2010.

2012

Graduated from University of Oxford

After she completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biological Sciences from University of Oxford, she further joined them to continue her doctorate degree. She finally graduated from there with Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Plant Genetics in 2012.

2011

Won Guardian & Observer/Wellcome Trust Science

She has been honored with several prestigious awards in her life. In 2011, she was honored with the Guardian & Observer/Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize. She was honored with this award for inaugural winner, Scientists' Category.

2011

Began working as a freelance Science journalist

After working at the Oxford English Dictionary for about a year, she joined St Anne's College, Oxford as a Genetics tutor. She worked there till March 2011 and from the same months she began working as a freelance reporter in Science journalist. 

2014

Joined New Scientist

Guardian & Observer/Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize winner, Penny Sarchet is currently news reporter and editor at the New Scientist. She joined them in 2014 as the reporter covering the news mainly on life sciences and bio medicine. 

Content

We can find lots of information about her professional career but there is nothing about her personal information in the media. It’s almost inaccessible to know the information related to her love affairs, married life and also about her loving spouse.

Penny spends most of her days in Oxford. She received her Bachelor of Arts as well as Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from University of Oxford. She completed her doctorate in plant genetics and earned this degree in 2012. She served as freelance science journalist for about three years starting from 2011 and she joined New Scientist as a reporter covering life sciences and biomedicine since August 2014. The actual figure about her net worth is unknown.