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.
Author: Kirstin Leslie
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.
Open data is already impacting the way we do research. But many people are not aware of what open data is or the impact this could have on research. Kirstin Leslie investigates.
Is it time to leave our contraception preconceptions at the door? Kirstin Leslie investigates the the bad press around contraceptives.
Kirstin Leslie attended ‘Unravelling the Brain’, a Pint of Science Festival event exploring dyslexia, perceptions and predictions.
In the second instalment of our Pint of Science Festival coverage, Kirstin takes a look at how society can benefit from social science innovations.
Pint of Science Festival 2018 saw theGIST attend a variety of talks in pubs across Glasgow. Kirstin Leslie takes a look back on the events from May this year.
Kirstin Leslie explores a brief history of female scientists and how inspiring women are helping to shift perceptions.