Videos

Aussie’s national science week

Peter Griffin Aug 14, 2013

Sciblogs Editor’s Picks Bioblog: The NEW Periodic Table song Open Parachute: News media and public trust in science Molecular Matters: Scientists and engineers on company boards Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings: Xishuangbanna – Butterfly edition … Read More

Projected US temp changes by 2100

Peter Griffin Aug 05, 2013

Sciblog’s Editor’s Picks Infectious Thoughts: Fonterra and the botulism scare Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings: A visit to Xishuangbanna Griffin’s Gadgets: How will climate change affect New Zealand? Open Parachute: The Curiosity landing – one year on … Read More

Inside the ISS – hair-raising hygiene

Peter Griffin Jul 15, 2013

Sciblogs Editor’s picks A Measure of Science – Complexity, emergence and networks NEW BLOGGER: The Nervy Nomad – Intracranial Peregrinations Kidney Punch – Prostate cancer and Omega 3 Open Parachute – Fluoridation: An organised campaign to misinform … Read More

The X Prize and visioneering

Peter Griffin Jun 05, 2013

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/67607931[/vimeo] A different approach to innovation – identify an audacious but achievable goal, put $10 million on the table and give it to the people who get there first – that’s how X Prize works. Read More

Black’s Bletchley mission

Peter Griffin Jun 04, 2013

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/67569162[/vimeo] Sue Black, senior researcher in University College London’s department of computer science, has been instrumental in saving the national codes centre at Bletchley Park – birthplace of the modern computer and key to the Allies’ success in the Second World War – from closure. Read More

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