Tagged: NASA

Fireflies at the 6th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival! - Infectious Thoughts

Siouxsie Wiles Sep 30, 2013

I’m really excited to announce that my fireflies and NASA animation will be appearing at the 6th Imagine Science Film Festival, being held in New York , October 11th-18th. Sponsored by Google, and the journals Science and Nature, according to it’s website, the festival aims to: “transform the way science and scientists are portrayed in mainstream … Read More

Meet the newest members of our family - misc.ience

Aimee Whitcroft Sep 19, 2013

Our family just keeps growing and growing. In addition to me and Partner, there’s Beefcake, Monster and (very recently) Hank, the motorbikes. And of course Derek, the car. Leviathan, my bicycle, is on long term loan, but we haven’t forgotten it, heh. And now? I’d like to introduce you to Tim, Hippolyta, Mary-Sue and Pip (short for Pipsqueak, because it’s … Read More

Inside the ISS – hair-raising hygiene - Videos

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

Record Arctic Sea-ice minimum 2012 declared – it’s the Silly Season! - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Sep 23, 2012

In early August I posted my predictions for the “sceptical” response to the record sea ice minimum. Time to call myself to account. I had planned to do my own analysis, but John Mason at Skeptical Science has done such an excellent job of ploughing through the mountains of bullshit that I asked his permission [...] … Read More

Ice bottom blues - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Sep 19, 2012

According to the latest bulletin from the National Snow and Ice Data Center in the US, Arctic sea ice is likely to be at or about its minimum extent for the summer (as of Sept 17th). The animation above shows how the ice melt proceeded through the summer (up to Sept 14th), and the graph [...] … Read More