a friend of mine at Nottingham University, on... →
Scientific Kitty; some nice writing →
how people in science see each other →
October: The new month for science on TV?
Science and television do not always mix. As a scientist I often meet the idea of news features or full length programmes about science with excitement (mainly because I think I know about it and other people in the room don’t); only to find I either really do know everything that’s explained, or that there is just very little explanation full stop. In short, Horizon has never been for people like...
Nanotech vehicles? →
Nano-technological wonders are the way forward it seems, they now penetrate research from climate change to computers and medicine and materials. This piece of molecular assembly research reminds me of pulses of light being used to make and break roxtane like nano structure rings for molecular logic circuits.
John Edwards' on the Toast Sandwich →
Current BBC Two Series: Origins of Us →
In a typically pretentious fashion, I aim to use this blog to exhibit my work, written or otherwise. My main interest, as a Masters student of Science Communication, is to, well, communicate science. On here will be reviews on TV/ radio and books, as well as links to internet based curios about science or technology. I’m based in Bristol, England. Follow me on twitter:...