Tom Dormer discusses a novel technique to detect black holes
Tom Dormer discusses the origin our timekeeping system and attempts made at changing it
Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, explains the necessity of leap years and why February gets the extra day.
Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, discusses barriers to developing a Coronavirus vaccine
Ariane Joudrey, Online Arts and Literature Editor, and Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, reviews John Cleese’s ‘Bang! Bang!’ at Northcott Theatre.
Tom Dormer provides an introspective account on the ethics of exhibiting Nazi propaganda The 27th of January 2019 marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, a time where the Allied discovery of Nazi’s ‘death camps’ gave an insight into the atrocities faced by Jewish and minority communities during the Second World War. […]
Science writers discuss their favourite Nobel Prize winners and the influence that their work has had on them.
Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, talks to YouTube Scientist and Wikicast co-host, Simon Clark, about how he makes accurate and informative science videos for a large audience.
Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, talks to Louise Vennells, the Senior Press Officer for College of Medicine and Health, about the importance of good science communication.
Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, explains the methods used by the Natural Environmental Research Council to boost the RRS Sir David Attenborough’s huge increase in publicity.