With the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landings this week, we took the chance to record an episode of Science Shambles at none other than the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. Guests are Katie Mack and Emily Drabek-MaunderRead More
Category: Science Shambles
Welcome to the home of Science Shambles!
Science has long been at the heart of a lot of what we do on The Cosmic Shambles Network. It flows through all our podcasts, live shows, web series and so it was high time for a dedicated Science Shambles podcast. This semi regular show is where we'll be hosting lots of one off long form conversations and the like. Sometimes we're at events and we just want to have a chat with a scientist about their work outside of our live shows or documentaries, and so that's what this podcast is all about. Our CSN contributors and producers just chatting to scientists about science.
This week Helen Czerski has two of our favourite nano-scientists in the studio with her. Michelle Dickinson and Suze Kundu join us to chat about all things nanotech.Read More
Marek Ziebart is a Professor of Space Geodesy and Andrew Steele is a doctor of physics who is now writing a book on aging. We left it to Helen Czerski to find where all of that intersectsRead More
Science Shambles is break from its mini break and Helen Czerski has taken over hosting duties while Robin is on tour! Today she’s joined by two of our favourite mathematicians, Matt Parker and Rob Eastaway, plus Eve Cowely of Signals.Read More
On International Women’s Day 2019 we did a live panel at the University of Manchester based around our Cosmic Superheroes exhibition with Helen Czerski, Sheena Cruickshank, Suzi Gage and Ginny SmithRead More
Physicist, writer and broadcaster Professor Paul Davies from Arizona State University was recently in the UK to talk about his new book The Demon in the Machine. So he sat down with Robin Ince.Read More
On this episode of Science Shambles, Robin tries to get his head further around quantum physics with two guests who’ve both just released new books on the subjec, Jim Baggot and Philip Ball.Read More
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