The Higgs Boson in my Kitchen

This week, we had the enormous privilege of recording the last episode of our SciComm radio programme “Mission Impossible” at the BBC's Broadcasting House. In Studio 80a, as it happens, which for those of you in the know is apparently the bridal suite of recording studios. There's room for a grand piano in the space, … Continue reading The Higgs Boson in my Kitchen

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Penguins – Beneath the Tuxedo

As part of Imperial's Science Communication Masters, from whose shadowy clutches I am only just beginning to emerge, those of us on the radio module created a short-lived radio programme called "Mission Impossible". It was broadcast live every Wednesday afternoon on the university's IC Radio, and featured short dispatches from a variety of contributors. Here's … Continue reading Penguins – Beneath the Tuxedo

Cheer Up – It Maya Not be the End of the World.

As part of Imperial's Science Communication Masters, from whose shadowy clutches I am only just beginning to emerge, those of us on the radio module created a short-lived radio programme called "Mission Impossible". It was broadcast live every Wednesday afternoon on the university's IC Radio, and featured short dispatches from a variety of contributors. Here's … Continue reading Cheer Up – It Maya Not be the End of the World.

The real Oliver Cromwell – beautiful healthy skin cells and all

As part of Imperial's Science Communication Masters, from whose shadowy clutches I am only just beginning to emerge, those of us on the radio module created a short-lived radio programme called "Mission Impossible". It was broadcast live every Wednesday afternoon on the university's IC Radio, and featured short dispatches from a variety of contributors. Here's … Continue reading The real Oliver Cromwell – beautiful healthy skin cells and all