Monday June 20, 2011
How the cure for Scurvy was found and then lost.
Thursday June 16, 2011
Amazing work being done to automate detection of virus, known and unknown.
Friday April 1, 2011
"Built on an old floodplain, a short distance from Dagenham Breach... an Imax Cinema, Planetarium and Laserium ... an interactive museum of science" Entry to the park is £45 :(
Sunday February 13, 2011
Excellent set of slides on the day to day wonders of bacteria.
Monday February 7, 2011
David Singleton posted a photo:
Wednesday November 24, 2010
A long time and vocal vegan switches back to animal products because of health problems. Includes lots of details and justifications, makes for interesting reading - though there are lots of counter-claims, "debunkings" and etc.
Wednesday September 15, 2010
decant and serve wine in style with super/collider's Lab™ wine set, a collection of genuine laboratory-grade glassware which serves two
Sunday September 12, 2010
"The international team of six volunteers completed on Friday the first 100 days of a simulated flight to Mars to test the psychological demands, compatibility and tolerance of crew members during an interplanetary flight." Phase 3 is a 500 day return trip, including 30 days on simulated mars.
Saturday August 28, 2010
Lawrence Krauss gives a talk on our current picture of the universe, how it will end, and how it could have come from nothing. Krauss is the author of many bestselling books on Physics and Cosmology, including "The Physics of Star Trek."
Tuesday February 23, 2010
The simple science of making ricotta. I really have to try this.
Wednesday February 3, 2010
A video of the 34th Richard Dimbleby Lecture from the Royal College of Physicians in London. Discussing his own Alzheimer's and modern societies approach to death.
Friday July 17, 2009
64 years ago, on July 16, 1945 Trinity was the first test of an atomic weapon. It’s no...