In the age of fake news and distorted truth, Maisie Keogh investigates how we can burst the filter bubble and begin to think critically about the news we read.
Category: Science for Society Article Competition
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.
Kym Bain explores the role that scientists and their labs play in being kind to our planet
The UK has experienced polar opposites in extreme weather this year, from Beast from the East to the summer heatwave, but what was the cause and is climate change to blame?
Despite the need to reschedule around unprecedented snow, spirits were high as the conference began. An inventive introduction from one of last year’s speakers, Lovisa, recalled a few of the common themes I...
Kirstin Leslie attended ‘Unravelling the Brain’, a Pint of Science Festival event exploring dyslexia, perceptions and predictions.
In the second instalment of our Pint of Science Festival coverage, Kirstin takes a look at how society can benefit from social science innovations.
Kirstin Leslie explores a brief history of female scientists and how inspiring women are helping to shift perceptions.