To celebrate the release of our 10th print issue, and it’s theme ‘Competition Vs Collaboration’, we teamed up with Stratonauts for an exciting project. Premiered at our launch party and awards night, watch as we launch...
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.
Some GISTers attended Gavinburn Primary School as part of British Science Week, resulting in some brilliant Junior articles. Read them here:
Despite the need to reschedule around unprecedented snow, spirits were high as the conference began. An inventive introduction from one of last year’s speakers, Lovisa, recalled a few of the common themes I...
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.
With only 11 days to go until the next TEDxUofG conference, we take a look back at the wonderful speakers of 2017. Keep your eyes peeled for our coverage from this year’s ‘Press Pause to Begin’!