There are multiple ways of communicating science to the general public, as well educating people (both children and adults) about scientific concepts and processes. While many people think of your standard teaching and home experiment routes (and in the COVID-19 era, online learning) as ways of learning about science, there is one way that often … Continue reading Can You Use Board Games to Teach and Communicate Science?
The science of a perfect cuppa.
Britain is a nation of tea lovers. We are obsessed with it for some reason. Although tea originates from Asia, Britain have reclaimed (along with many other things) the hot beverage that is a cuppa. I myself, have at least three cups of tea a day when I’m at home. I never buy a tea … Continue reading The science of a perfect cuppa.
The effects of space on our body.
I have always been fascinated with space, but not in the physicist kind of way, more in the muggle stuck on earth kinda of way. It seems pretty magical to me that astronauts have made it to space. I myself would never aspire to BE said astronaut but I do want to know more about … Continue reading The effects of space on our body.
The COVID-19 Vaccine!
Some hope is being restored as clinical trails for the COVID-19 vaccine pass significant hurdles and milestones. Numerous companies and organisations have been developing the infamous COVID-19 vaccine. Including University of Oxford, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer, most of which are biotech companies. The UK has approved the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. As of a few days ago, the … Continue reading The COVID-19 Vaccine!