The question of whether or not the Victorians ruined the world is one that I suspect many people have asked themselves over the years. Using this question as the title of their radio show, sister double act Helen and...
During October half-term, dozens of events took place in and around Norwich to celebrate the Norwich Science Festival. Primarily based at the Forum, the festival hosted a wide range of talks, experiments and even an outer-space VR experience. Rockets...
On Monday 22 October, Concrete and Norwich Science Festival teamed up to run a workshop for young writers looking to get into science writing. During the workshop, the students were given a talk on how science writing may differ...
On the first Saturday of the Science Festival, I was lucky enough to attend a talk with scientist Lucy Cooke, author of The Unexpected Truth About Animals. Cooke was an engaging and enigmatic lecturer, both entertaining and educational. Cooke...
There is a never-ending race between science and science fiction. Whilst science fiction writers manage to come up with surprising ideas, scientists and new technologies never fail to catch up. Nevertheless, it cannot be denied that many times sci-fi has...
Would you hire a psychopath? Do psychopaths make great sportspeople? Is your partner a psychopath? I attended a talk with Steve Gaskin at the Norwich Science Festival to uncover these truths and try to understand a little more about...