26th May 2020

Creativity is back on the map. But how do we navigate from here?

Written by SciCulture tutor Kerry Chappell, University of Exeter This article first appeared on https://www.bera.ac.uk/ 6 Feb 2020 The Durham Commission (2019) has thankfully put creativity firmly back […]
18th May 2020

A More Modern Prometheus

Chris Styles speaks to ethical taxidermist, Krysten Newby, about the truth behind the art of taxidermy and how she turned a passion into a business. There […]
12th May 2020

Recreating the link between science and society

Science communication does not work in isolation, connectivity is the key. No one person has all of the information, all of the resources, all of the […]
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 […]
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 […]