From the simple structure under the earth’s crust to incredible energy conversion advances, Bradley Wilson introduces perovskites and discusses their potential in materials development.
We get the inside scoop on Professor Lee Cronin’s ‘Chemputer’, plus hear all about his grand plans for creating a new form of life.
Maisie Keogh takes a look at the fascinating gas celebrating 150 years since its discovery and the many uses it has today.
Recently, theGIST attended the St Francis Primary School science event, organised and coordinated by Dr Saeeda Bhatti. In this podcast, Gabi and her team ask pupils, parents and teachers their thoughts on the importance of science in the classroom. Listen to find out what they say!
This was made possible by funding from Foundation Scotland.
The ability to print your own medicine is just around the corner, Alice Turner explores this recent development.
Atomic force microscopy can provide highly detailed information on chemical systems, giving us important new insights into how chemical reactions occur.
Let chemistry student Debbie Nicol take you on a guided tour of the complex and often mysterious pathways of organic chemical reactions.
Let’s save the environment. Pick up that litter; utilise public transport and help reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases; use energy-saving light bulbs; recycle! The above message, whilst an open invitation to everyone (and...