The Chernobyl disaster was thrown back into the public consciousness following the release of HBO’s 2019 miniseries. Kirstin explores the legacy of the incident and its representation in popular culture.
Category: Physical Sciences
Deep Bandivadekar explores the interesting world of dinosaurs and their connection with an island in Scotland.
1st Year PhD Student, Henry Powell-Davies, in the Cronin Group (School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow) introduces us to Reactionware, an innovation in the use of 3D printing that presents a move towards a universally accessible and affordable platform for on-demand drug synthesis: Introducing Reactionware – the ‘Kindle’ for Chemistry…
Space technology is on the forefront of monitoring climate change and uses interesting techniques to detect changes from far above in the sky (practically, it’s the outer space). Deep Bandivadekar presents a sneak peek.
Luke demonstrates the principle that when knowledge and technology are made easily accessible to all, the quality of life improvements that follow are as undeniable as the benefits it provides to society as a whole
Jane Essex explores the gap between reality and the rhetoric of inclusion within the STEM workforce
Michael Turner explains the problems that may arise from the rise in satellites and potentially overlapping trajectories.
STEM Equals is a four-year research and impact project focused on women and LGBT visibility in STEM, in both academia and industry.