Katrina attended the Glasgow Science Festival event ‘Modern Medicine and Death – an Unhealthy Relationship?’ In the words of Lana Del Rey, “you and I, we were born to die” – so why does our society struggle so hard against the inevitability of death?
Luke demonstrates the principle that when knowledge and technology are made easily accessible to all, the quality of life improvements that follow are as undeniable as the benefits it provides to society as a whole
Emily May Armstrong investigates the ethics behind genetic sequencing companies, and the bizarre secrets these technologies can uncover.
Sonya discusses the issues associated with prostheses currently available to children and how 3D scanning is transforming the development of prosthetic limbs and, in turn, the lives of children.
Doing science, peer researcher style. Stephanie Allan investigates how, what and why?
Jane Essex explores the gap between reality and the rhetoric of inclusion within the STEM workforce
Science is for everyone; even those who wish to dismiss it. Kirstin investigates the current crisis in confidence and how we can engage people more successfully.
While the 2019 Nobel Prizes are being announced, Kate Haining delves into the quirky side of science with the Ig Nobel Prizes