1st May 2020

The Allegory of the Cave -Underground insight

Hundreds of thousands of people slowly shuffle along London’s busy streets. Leading busy lives, making ends meet, grist to the mill. But below street level, there […]
28th April 2020

Home-schooling in Lockdown: Taming a Beast and Unleashing the Dragons

By Dr Lindsay Hetherington– SciCulture tutor As with everyone, this was not what I had planned for my April. If the coronavirus situation hadn’t evolved and […]
22nd April 2020

Space – the bin that never gets full

Written by Chris Styles and contribution from Dr Ing Marc Anthony Azzopardi  Looking up into the vastness of space at night can leave me in a […]
16th April 2020

When you can’t see the wood through the trees

Does metaphor help or hinder Scicom? Chris Styles speaks to science communicator and poet, Dr. Sam Illingworth from Manchester Metropolitan University. Metaphors are a powerful tool […]
16th April 2020

Ask me Anything- COVID 19

We have an eclectic team here at SciCulture, but none of us are experts in medicine or virology. But we still want to try and answer […]
7th April 2020

Time and Chaos- What makes our universe tick?

Written by Chris Styles I am sitting here, on a Sunday (I think it’s a Sunday but days are all becoming the same) morning, looking out […]
11th February 2020

Three Flights To The Future

written by Gabriel Lia “‘Future’ in English, ‘futur’ in French, ‘framtid’ in Norwegian, ‘futur’ and ‘ġejjieni’ in Maltese, yet regardless of your language, the future will […]
11th February 2020

My Journey – How I became an Ambassador

“the Sciculture course brought together people from different cultural and educational backgrounds” by Amoapong Sikadwa Badu Prempeh I saw the advert for Sciculture on my university […]
29th January 2020

Meet an Ambassador- Why I chose SciCulture!

This post is written by Charlotte Chivers and she describes her thoughts before joining the SciCulture team in Burgen 2019 I’ve been fortunate enough to have […]