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Ghosts Before They Were Ghosts – Robin Ince
Robin reflects on the recent passing of his dad.
Brain YappingDean Burnett Blog
How Do We Know That AI Images Aren’t ‘Real’? – Dean Burnett
Apart from common sense, how do we know Dean has never been to the moon when there's photo evidence of it?
Postcards from the Energy FrontierJon Butterworth Blog
A Decade of the Higgs Boson and Beyond – Jon Butterworth
Today marks ten years since the discovery of the Higgs. Jon Butterworth, part of the team at ATLAS, reflects and projects
Blog in a TeacupHelen Czerski's Blog
Trouble with Bubbles at Sea – Helen Czerski
Helen is meant to be at sea, measuring invisible bubbles. Instead she's docked in Sweden after a series of mishaps.
Notes in the GuestbookLatest
Use a Defibrillator and Fix a Broken Heart – Becky Alexis-Martin
A love letter to defibrillators on Valentine's Day with Dr Becky Alexis-Martin
An Inquiring MindGinny Smith Blog
Disability Pride Month – Ginny Smith
July is disability pride month and Ginny Smith has a difficult relationship with the word disability.
White Coats at DawnDr Jenny Rohn's Blog
What Does DeepMind’s AlphaFold Mean for Human Scientists? – Jenny Rohn
Recent advances in science have made Jenny Rohn think about what it is to be a (human) scientist, and how that might change in the future.
Dirty ScienceDr Brenna Hassett's blog
Plagues, and How to Die in Them: A Short Explainer – Brenna Hassett
People are suddenly remarkably interested in infectious diseases. So Dr Brenna Hassett takes a look at the history of plagues.
Sifting the EvidenceDr Suzi Gage's Blog
GHB – What is it, and is it a Date Rape Drug? – Suzi Gage
GHB has appeared in the news this week in relation to the horrific crimes committed by Reynhard Sinaga. So what is GHB, and what are its effects? Dr Suzi Gare reports.
Lost in a Good GamePete Etchells Blog
Why Hasn’t the Debate Around Violent Video Games Matured? – Pete Etchells
After yet another mass shooting in America, yet again a certain group of people are keen to blame this horrific violence on video games. Why hasn't the debate around this matured?
Vitriola MusicMichael Legge's Blog
Sounds of the Sea – Sea Shambles Advent Day 13
Micheal Legge hates the sea, but he quite likes a song about the sea.
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