Listen to Gabriela De Sousa discuss our coverage of TEDxGlasgow 2017 and listen to exclusive interviews with Richard Murchie and TEDxGlasgow’s prestigious guests.
In May 2015, the GIST video team visited Pint of Science in Glasgow. Held in 4 venues across 3 nights, speakers from all scientific backgrounds entertained audiences with some laid back talks, whilst the rest could enjoy a quiet drink in the process. It was a lot of fun to be part of the festival,
In our first ever documentary, theGIST investigates how researchers at the University of Glasgow are making the science of stress less stressful.
Geothermal Energy in about 2 minutes, where we discover it’s uses throughout history, how it can be used for electricity generation, and how it creates some of the best natural phenomenon on the planet. Feature image credit: H. Silenus via Flickr.com
Listen to Aidan McFadden and Richard Murchie’s interview with Strathclyde University’s Dr. Oi. Dr. Oi researches Bose Einstein Condensate’s in order to shed light on how gravitation and quantum mechanics interact. Feature image credit: DonkeyHotey via Flickr.com
theGIST was invited to attend the TEDxUniversityofGlasgow launch event. Tune in to hear our coverage of the event, including interviews with speakers and attendees.
This is the first in our series of joint podcasts with the Glasgow University Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine’s Naturally Speaking podcast. In this episode, we interviewed the former director of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative: Dr. Ted Leighton. Tune
In February the GIST launched our mulitmedia teams for 2015, in which we discussed our plans and aims for the coming year, plus gave the opportunity for new members to get involved. Afterwards, we thought we’d test the scientific knowledge of our potential new GISTers. See how they fared, and