Small bodies beyond Jupiter have been found to have Saturn-like rings, but the possible mechanisms keeping the rings confined can be pretty unusual.
Category: Physical Sciences
Be it the Great Barrier Reef, the New Caledonian Reef, the Red Sea Coral Reef, or reefs in the waters of the Great Chagos Archipelagos – coral reefs are intricate and majestic living marine...
Michael Turner celebrates 50 years since the first lunar landings and assesses the scientific legacy of the Apollo missions and the potential for future exploration of the moon and beyond.
Black holes in the lab and quantum card shuffling? Only at Pint of Science!
Does our love for sci-fi and convenience mean we’re headed for a future of robot domination? Audrey discusses our human-robot interaction, our love of robotic sidekicks and innovations in robot technology.
Somewhere on Earth, about 4 billion years ago, the first terrestrial life began to develop – probably from a complicated soup of simple molecules. But how did the transition from basic building blocks to the complex biopolymers in living organisms occur?
How the thrust of competition accelerated the expansion of the space industry and landed it where we are now – in the era of international collaboration.
Sonya recounts ‘Glasgow Celebrates Yuri’s Night’ – where science and comedy shed light on the flourishing space tech hub in Glasgow