may have lightly turned to think about love but here in Oxford we are a bit more rigorous in our investigations.
She argues that our bodies encourage us to seek certain partners and then maintain them because of genes and neurochemistry.
I am particularly curious to find out how time affects these mechanisms that are involved when we love.
Enjoy nature and all it has to offer - nothing quite like escaping to the peace and tranquillity of the mountains or a relaxing walk along the beach listening to the ocean.
I am inquisitive by nature and enjoy visiting new places for no other reason than that they are there.
To that end, she has collaborated with BBC Earth and appeared on a Channel 4 show to make matches on a scientific basis.
Anna also works with charities to raise awareness of unhealthy parent-child relationships and how they can affect relationships in adulthood.
The age of the Rhynie chert and it's associated sediments has been calculated by combining two analytical methods: absolute dating and biostratigraphy.
Absolute dates for rocks are calculated by examining radioactive isotopes of certain elements in a mineral that take millions of years to 'decay' to a more stable isotope.
In many sedimentary rocks, particularly those of a continental or freshwater origin, fossil spores can be quite widespread, abundant and may be highly diverse and evolved over time.