Glasgow Science Festival’s Science on the Sofa begins on Wednesday. Frankie takes a look at the exciting programme of free online events.
Thousands of online hackathons have been organised since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Eva Sorokolet looks at some innovations from the pan-European ‘EUvsVirus’ hackathon and how they could help us return to normal life.
Vaiva talks about her day at the TEDxUofG 2020 conference on the theme ‘DEAR WORLD’ at the Queen Margaret University Union.
Kirstin recounts her night at ‘Bright Club’, where academic research and stand-up comedy crossover!
Katrina travelled to the Royal Institution in London for the first ever Diversity Challenge, a live quiz show inspired by University Challenge but with a more representative line-up of panellists, speakers, and subjects. Sounds awesome, right? Here’s your starter for ten…
As part of the Pint of Science festival 2019, theGIST attended Creative Reactions: an exhibition of the work which Glasgow-based artists have made in collaboration with scientists, inspired by their current, cutting-edge research. Check out our video to catch a glimpse of some of the artwork as well as interviews with scientists, artists, and attendees from the event!