Tags: Science

SHOW: The Scientific Swimmer

Julie Gould: The Scientific Swimmer   Learn how to improve your swimming technique and power by applying simple physics to your training. Understand how your body moves through the water. Feel the water and begin manipulating it to your advantage.

Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion, episode 214 on November 22nd 2013. This podcast is an audio adventure from the Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

The Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013 is organised by the Edinburgh International Science Festival

The Outsider

I recently had the privilege to open this years SpotOn Conference 2013 by being the first of six speakers at the fringe event: The Story Collider. The Story Collider, according to Brian Wecht, provides anyone with a science story some space to

Open science

It’s tricky, as I discovered. There are as many meanings as there are people. I’ve been at the first day of Mozfest 2013. Mozfest was big, varied and fun! Coders, hackers, programmers, makers, shakers, the lot. They were all there. I

BBC World Service, Science in Action – Money and mental acuity

Science in Action is a weekly BBC World Service programme. As part of a placement at BBC Radio Science Unit I reported on Dr Anandi Mani’s study (published in this weeks journal Science) in the week 35 episode: Growing brains

I, Science – #Scicom21 review: Engaging young people with science

Review, October 16th 2012 This October marks the 21st birthday of the science communication masters at Imperial College, London. And what better way to celebrate that inviting students, old and new, to network, discuss and learn about engaging young people with

Pythagoras’ Trousers

  Pythagoras’ Trousers is a Radio Cardiff science show. Since September 2011, I have been producing a 10 minute report on a scientific subject of my choice. I have reported on The microbiome - episode 128 DIY Biology – episode 123

Popper and Eddington

I’ve recently had to write an essay about whether or not I think Karl Popper got science ‘right’. This is a pretty open-ended question, and required what I think is an insane amount of reading. After all of it, I

Exploring the nature of science

What is the nature of science? Less than a year ago I would have said the nature of science is the way science is done: the equipment used, how experiments are conducted, how results are analysed, how the science is

Science in the Surrey Advertiser

For our first assignment we were asked to do a content analysis of the broadcast media to see how they reported on science. It was pitched as a very open-ended piece of work, and we were required to decide our