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Baking powder vs Bicarbonate of soda

by Alessia Lepore for Scientist Next Door

From  Alessia Lepore on May 22nd, 2020 0 likes 1 plays 0  

Red Cabbage pH Indicator

By Hannah Pollak for Scientist Next Door https://www.scientist-next-door.org

From  Valentina Erastova on May 22nd, 2020 0 likes 2 plays 0  

Inflating Ballons with Baking Soda vs Baking Powder

by Alessia Lepore for Scientist Next Door

From  Alessia Lepore on May 22nd, 2020 0 likes 3 plays 0  

Closing the Gender Gap | Wikimedia UK

Wikimedia UK is the national chapter for the global Wikimedia movement which supports Wikipedia and its sister sites. This video showcases the work of Wikimedia UK and the community of Wikimedians in…

From  Ewan McAndrew on January 7th, 2020 1 likes 7 plays 0  

Stem cells and cancer: the good, the bad and the ugly

Inaugural lecture of Professor Steve PollardProfessor of Stem Cell and Cancer BiologyDuring the normal development of our nervous system, neural stem cells are responsible for generating the large…

From  Peter Crooks on December 18th, 2019 0 likes 72 plays 0  

Interview with a Witchfinder General - Emma Carroll on the Map of Accused Witches in Scotland open data project

As part of the Equate Scotland and Careerwise scheme to give Women in STEM students a paid placement in industry, Emma Carroll was employed on a paid internship in Information Services to work with…

From  Ewan McAndrew on October 22nd, 2019 0 likes 49 plays 0  

#OpenUpStemCells: Are there stem cell treatments for MS in the UK?

Professor Anna Williams answers the question: Are there stem cell treatments for MS in the UK? for #OpenUpStemCells More about Professor Williams' research Videography: Jessie Pearson, Ellie…

From  Robin Morton on October 17th, 2019 0 likes 34 plays 0  

Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

From  Lesley Middlemass on April 9th, 2019 0 likes 33 plays 0  

Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

From  Ewan McAndrew on January 30th, 2019 2 likes 337 plays 0  

Teacher Education - Teaching STEM event

Always dreamed of being a teacher? Gain the skills you need and the registration required to teach in Scotland on one of our Initial Teacher Education programmes. We host a number of events…

From  Aiko Greig on November 30th, 2018 0 likes 25 plays 0  

2018 Owen James - Human myelin in a dish

The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition requires PhD students to compete to deliver the best research presentation in just three minutes (and one slide). The presentations were recorded on…

From  Rebecca Devon on September 19th, 2018 0 likes 97 plays 0  

Women in Informatics #IWD17

Informatics staff share their passion for computing in films launched to celebrate International Women’s Day, 8 March 2017. http://www.ed.ac.uk/informatics/news-events/recentnews/girls-in-tech

From  Alexandra Burford on July 13th, 2018 0 likes 32 plays 0  

Girls In Tech #IWD2017

Girls In Tech #IWD2017

From  Alexandra Burford on July 13th, 2018 1 likes 76 plays 0  

Wikipedia and Chemistry - Interview with Dr. Jenni Garden and Dr. Michael Seery

Interview with Dr. Jenni Garden and Dr. Michael Seery at the University of Edinburgh's School of Chemistry. Under discussion, Wikipedia's relationship with the study of chemistry and Ada…

From  Ewan McAndrew on April 16th, 2018 0 likes 106 plays 0  

Wikipedia and Women in STEM - Athina Frantzana, PhD student at the School of Physics and Astronomy

Wikipedia and Women in STEM - Athina Frantzana, PhD student at the School of Physics and Astronomy, was interviewed in March 2018 about her experience of writing Wikipedia articles about Women in…

From  Ewan McAndrew on April 16th, 2018 0 likes 69 plays 0