Summer is upon us, England are in the Euro finals, and with that comes more beer (no matter the weather). Unfortunately, whilst beer may not be kind to our waists, it also has an impact on our carbon footprint. Researchers and breweries are now looking at ways to help this ancient industry create greener beer.
It is more important than ever to communicate science effectively. We must ensure accurate and evidence-based information about research is distributed through the media, particularly on controversial and headline news where most misinformation can occur. Here, I will give you a background to the Science Media Centre (SMC) and my internship opportunity with them.
After a turbulent year of science, we want to hear from you! Specifically our younger cohort. If you are between 10-18 years old, this one's for you. Here at A Short Scientist, we want to inspire younger generations to find a love for science. Therefore, over the month of February we're running our third annual science writing competition!!
A Short Scientist is THREE! To celebrate three years of articles, we will look back on the top ten posts from the last three years. I adore writing and creating these snippets of science, they are a creative release for me and let my brain breathe. I hope the next year brings more doodling and science to communicate. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to read, comment on, like or share my work, it really does mean the world, especially in a pandemic. This little blog has achieved more than I ever expected, and brings me so much joy.
The amazing Netflix documentary series, The Last Dance, tells of the incredible basketball career of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. If you're looking for a dunk in basketball terms, I suggest you watch it. Here we're going to talk about tea and biscuits, sorry basketball fans. Tea lovers, you're going to want to fetch the biscuit tin for this one...
Podcasts have boomed in the last few years, and with over 1 million podcasts out there, how do you know which to choose? Here I will highlight some of my favourite science podcasts for your listening pleasure.
After another year of inundating you with the latest science, we want to hear from you! Specifically, our younger cohort. If you are between 10-18 years old, this one's for you. Here at A Short Scientist, we want to inspire younger generations to find a love for science therefore, over the month of February we're running a science writing competition!
I've loved creating every single one of the articles for AShortScientist, it is a creative break for me, exploring two of my passions: Science and Doodling. To celebrate two years of the AShortScientist blog, we look back at the top ten articles from the last two years, simply follow the article links! Thank you to every person that has taken time to read, comment on and share my work, it really does mean the world. This little blog has achieved much more than I ever expected.
Forget lab rats, could lab cows (well, lab meat) be the future of our sustainable food? I am a meat eater in an age of growing veganism. I have pretty much eliminated red meat from my diet and often choose vegetarian options when out, but I still love chicken. Could lab grown meat be the answer to our reduced carbon footprint, better sustainability, low costing and cruelty free prayers?