Yesterday, Camille gave a fantastic talk about her work and successfully defended her MSc thesis research in a really engaging remote viva – or at least I hope she enjoyed it as much as we examiners did! Camille completed her nice work, and wrote a wonderful thesis, despite unexpectedly having to deal with the historical ongoing disruptions: lab closure meant cutting her final experiments short, and travel restrictions meant moving out of London at very short notice. Yet she took it all in stride with impressive resilience and flexibility, and has now completed her MSc degree perfectly on schedule. I am so proud of how courageously and successfully she rose to the many challenges of these eventful 6 months. It was a pleasure to do all this science together, and I wish her best of luck, success and fulfilment in her next step!