Chemistry for life from Dosdecadatres on Vimeo. Water. What would you do without it? Well I suppose it would remove the requirement to bathe, wash and clean constantly. It would also mean that we…
Welcome to 2011, the International Year of Chemistry. As my part of this, I will do my best to blog every single day this year on something related to Chemistry. Now I’m very aware that not everyone…
It’s nearing the end of 2010 and I have been reflecting on many things in my life and I am joining in many by creating a “Year in Review” post. I am most proud of bringing science to a wider audience…
I tested the waters here and decided I didn’t like it too much.
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This is going to be incorporated into my lab safety talk.
Dead Pelican at Kent St Weir =( (Taken with Instagram at Canning River Regional Park)
For the first time last night I was seated in a canvas seat in the outdoor cinema at the Somerville Auditorium at the University of Western Australia for a Christmas movie. It was a warm evening just…
I am among those who think that science has great beauty. A scientist in his laboratory is not only a technician: he is also a child placed before natural phenomena which impress him like a fairy tale.
Stars of the Universe at the movies!! (Taken with Instagram at Somerville Auditorium)
Just read on Wired Science that a group of British 8 year old students have published in the peer-review journal, Biology Letters. Wow.
As a science communicator, I am amazed by what has been achieved. The students at Blackawton Primary school have a more positive view of science which is fantastic. If someone tells you that children are unable to do science, show them this.