That’s it, I am no more a BBSRC Fellow, instead, call me a Lecturer. In addition to research, I have to feed knowledge to hungry students: with this change of title comes an increase in the amount of teaching I have the pleasure to do (and the students have the pleasure to endure).
In Biol 135, the lecture on linear function (delivered to a few hundreds students in a big lecture theatre) was constructed around the example of apes climbing 15 metres of a tree for each bananas (a great idea; not mine). On the way to the lecture, I stopped to buy a couple of bananas and finished the lecture with a challenge about the definition of functions. The prize for the winners were, of course, the bananas.