Jordan Murray reviews ‘Scotland’s Science: Stories of pioneering science, engineering and medicine (1550 – 1900)’ by John Mellis.
Vaiva talks about her day at the TEDxUofG 2020 conference on the theme ‘DEAR WORLD’ at the Queen Margaret University Union.
Rachael Sulaiman explores how Caroline Criado Perez’s Invisible Women gave her the language to articulate sexism in STEM. Erasure of all ethnicities, genders and sexual orientations exist throughout history in data, however the following article will focus on the gender data gap.
Ever thought about to what extent is role-playing critical to social wellbeing in Dungeons & Dragons? Dzachary Zainudden takes on a quest to explore the fantasy realm and enquire why so many players have formed meaningful relationships through their characters
Emily May Armstrong examines critically acclaimed book ‘Superior’ by Angela Saini, debunking racist science and the pillars upholding it
Sonya recounts ‘Glasgow Celebrates Yuri’s Night’ – where science and comedy shed light on the flourishing space tech hub in Glasgow
Kirstin reviews Hannah Fry’s Hello Worls, a book investigating the intersection of algorithms with society.
In his best-selling popular science book “Everybody Lies”, an ex-Google data scientist reveals how unlikely sources of data – including your internet search history – are allowing a new kind of science to break into the mainstream, and explores its implications for the future.