The Science of 3D Printing


The one day event will help inspire and educate individuals seeking to learn about 3D printing – exploring the use of different materials, how to build your own 3D printer, what makes them work, how to fine tune and customise them and what you can and can’t print. Of course we have a few other […]

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ScienceRewired Podcast – On The Texas Science Textbook Debate – Interview With NCSE’s Josh Rosenau

On the 17th September, teachers, parents, creationist supporters and scientists went to what the Texas Freedom Network (a non-profit civil liberties group) described as a “lopsided victory for science,” in order to testify before the State Board of Education on proposed biology textbooks for K-12 students. The books currently under review are set to enter Texas classrooms at […]

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Selfies Gone Wild


Dustin Wellbourne, Masters and PhD student with the University of New South Wales, presented a great session on ‘Selfies Gone Wild’ at the Big Science Communication Summit in June 2013. Aside from persuading a number of audience members to take to their smart phones to take ‘Selfies’ – his session looked at ways to optimise […]

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Crowdsourcing Problems for Technology Solutions


How do you think the world would change if all the technology currently on the market multiplied in quantity and quality, several fold? That would be the difference if all patented research was commercialised, instead over 95 % of research and technology never reaches the marketplace but remain on the shelf, unused. Three life science […]

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Imagining the Future of Science!


During the recent Big Science Communication Summit we asked foresight agency Bridge8 to help us uncover how the participants perceived the future. We wanted to give these scientists and communicators free-range to envision how things might be and what life could look like in the years to come. The results were very interesting indeed! You […]

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