We have TED. And we have people who have not got to TED yet. On Wednesday, I went to Birmingham… Read more British Science that hasn’t gone to TED
I thought I would start recording all the exciting bits of the economy.
Cambridge has produced some of the exciting developments in organic electronics. Which has led to a new e-reader, btw.
But my mood changed when I tried to find the details of the government awards and tried to subscribe by RSS feed. Hmm. . .
As we approach the end of 2008, yes, Japanese neuroscientists are able to recreate what we see from activity in… Read more Noteworthy nugget: Eye to brain to computer screen
Are you like your grandparents? Or are you very different? I’m quite excited by all the new science that is… Read more Were your grand-parents Luddites? And do you take after them?
Parallel Session II: Making science public: data-sharing, dissemination and public engagement with science Panellists: Ben Goldacre, Open blog Cameron Neylon,… Read more Scientists ARE using social media
The seriousness of the recession is exaggerated and underplayed! All around us, we hear the doom and gloom of the… Read more Recession opportunities: green our offices
The banking crisis is bad and a lot worse than most people think. But I am not worried. And this… Read more The ONE big reason why I am not worried about the banking crisis
I managed Newtonian physics OK, the stuff you do in high school, but I gave it up before I got… Read more A big crunch and a big bang
And it is a free download. Why is this significant to you and me? We’ll have fun with it for… Read more World wide telescope being launched in a few months