Can science explain the unexplained? Kirstin investigates the possible theories behind the paranormal.
Author: Kirstin Leslie
Science is for everyone; even those who wish to dismiss it. Kirstin investigates the current crisis in confidence and how we can engage people more successfully.
Recent findings from Glasgow University suggest a biological link between ageing and living in a stressful area. Kirstin investigates.
Academia is stereotyped as a boxing ring, with researchers in constant competition; is this competition sometimes beneficial in driving innovation? Or should we shift toward a more collaborative environment to further scientific discovery?
Obesity is not always recognised as a disease. Hearing from researchers, clinicians, and people with obesity, Kirstin Leslie investigates why the definition matters.
Kirstin reviews Hannah Fry’s Hello Worls, a book investigating the intersection of algorithms with society.
Phrenology is a derided 18th-century pseudoscience; so how does it still have implications in 2019? Kirstin covers the Glasgow Skeptics talk by Professor David Price.
Sextech is a growing global market; including technology for sex education, sex robots, AI vibrators, and apps which can help to keep sex workers safe. Kirstin investigates the useful, unusual, and the unsettling developments.