Gin, comedy, cake, poetry and live music… it can only be the Glasgow Science Festival 2015 launch party!
Adrian Buzatu talks about the Higgs boson discovery at CERN and what it implies for the origin of mass and the nature of space.
This Wednesday, the 27th, theGIST will be hosting another science pub quiz - naturally, it'll be the place to be.
Skittles™ brand their product “taste the rainbow,” but have you ever wondered what a rainbow tastes like? One way to find out would be to ask a synaesthete.
It is estimated that more than 800,000 individuals die globally each year as a result of suicide and for those aged 15-29 years old, suicide is the second leading worldwide cause of death after road traffic accidents
As a neuroscience student, working with donated bodies has been a hugely beneficial part of my education because, when it comes to anatomy, diagrams just don’t cut it. The history of Scotland’s world-leading anatomists has been well documented, as have the dubious sources of their cadavers . In
What can trophy hunting do for conservation? Is basic research worth funding? What is the Universe’s favourite number? … and how do you make a computer become creative? Read it all in theGIST Issue 4
It was a standard GIST evening. Stacks of cake, cookies and sweet treats, and a brilliant topic of conversation - favourite female scientists.