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Podcast episode 6: Explorathon – LiFi

Join Josh and Sydney – two of our newest GISTers – for the first in our short series of Explorathon 2014 flavoured science bites. Together, they talk to Stefan Videv from the University of Edinburgh about LiFi – an ambitious project which aims to to turn ordinary light into a high speed data source. Download …

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Podcast Episode 5

August 25, 2014 • Multimedia, Podcasts • Views: 1236

GISTers Debbie Nicol, Emilie Steinmark, Barry Robertson and Timothy Revell discuss some weird and wonderful science from Glasgow and the wider world. They start by looking at (and playing with) the new Lego Research Institute collection, followed by discussing the Haber process and how it has meant

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Podcasts Are Back (Pilot 2.0)

August 15, 2014 • Multimedia, Podcasts • Views: 1111

The podcasts are back. After silence on the airwaves for over a year, we’ve finally recorded a new podcast. Though many of the voices are new, the theme is the same: science! Join the GISTers to discuss a rocks, hydro-gels, concussions and a curious turtle tail. 4. The Return of theGIST

The GIST — Blowing up trains since Episode 3

Podcast Episode 3

March 4, 2013 • Multimedia, Podcasts • Views: 1901

This episode, the team talk about giving the HPV vaccine to boys, 3D printing, patenting genes and much more.

Calm down folks. We're not that funny...OK, we are.
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Podcast Episode 2

October 21, 2012 • Multimedia, Podcasts • Views: 1542

What do you get when you cross cutting-edge science, good old-fashioned conversation and near-lethal levels of wit? The answer, of course, is the next instalment of The GIST’s very own podcast.

Podcast Episode 1

September 20, 2011 • Multimedia, Podcasts • Views: 1218

In this episode you’ll find the best bits of our recordings over the last few months, including: Beer that stays fresher for longer; the real Spongebob Squarepants and the relationship between monkey genitalia and self-awareness.