Curiosity Stream

Maybe you’ve also already watched everything of conceivable interest on Netflix and Hulu, and even a few things you’d never admit to having watched. Here’s an alternative recently recommended by a friend: Curiosity Stream. Currently only 12 bucks a month. There’s a bunch of stuff from mushrooms, to the microbiome, various animals, diseases, tech, all […]

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Science in Our Neighbourhood Oct 15

Genspace’s Science Communication Ambassador, David Chuchuca, shows his photography around the topic of the relationship between science and community. David is a microbiology graduate student turned photographer. After two years conducting laboratory research into biofilm dispersion, David left the lab bench to investigate spaces where our scientific institutions and local communities interact The exhibition is […]

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Bio-Integrated Design (Bio-ID) MArch // MSc

If you’re considering a Master’s Degree and you’re like me interested in design, bio, and engineering, take a look at the course above. It’s run at the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture and put together by a bunch of brilliant teachers who want to create a progressive and relevant programme. Bio-integrated MSc/MArch at UCL

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The Stuff of Life

Excited about this book I have just received as a present. The Stuff of Life, a graphic guide to genetics and DNA. The blurb from Amazon: Let’s face it: From adenines to zygotes, from cytokinesis to parthenogenesis, even the basics of genetics can sound utterly alien. So who better than an alien to explain it all? […]

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