the Open Access Laboratory is a project between the Natural History Museum, Imperial College and others.
They run field studies that anybody can participate in.
They also have downloadable guides for identifying species of plants, birds, insects etc.
Have a look. http://www.opalexplorenature.org/
Yes, it’s that time of year when we at Winchester Skeptics say thank you to you, our loyal and noble patrons, for your steadfast support throughout the year.
This year, Dave and Crispian have done a fantastic job and to top it all off, they have invited some of our best friends [...]
Well, last Wednesday was a particular highlight of my transient existence thus far. What was this amazing highlight ? It was a trip to the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy organised by those most splendid peeps of Reading Skeptics. Some time ago Mike posted a message on Twitter saying there was one last place on [...]
Well another stroke of luck. Davey and I were lucky enough to be able to visit a second site of science awesomeness as part of the national and international photo competition run by the Science and Technology Facility Council. That site was the Chilbolton Observatory just South of Andover. It’s the first time they have [...]
Dave Lee and I had the good fortune to be able to grab a ticket each for a PhotoWalk at the Rutherford Appleton Lab in Oxfordshire. The idea is that the lab opens its doors to photographers who get to go around various areas and take awesome sciencey photos for a national and international photo [...]
You have got to check this out in full screen mode. It’s jaw-dropping.
Curiosity rover: Martian solar day 2 in New Mexico
Just thought you might want to know about this on Sept 15th;
And it’s all free although you have to book your tickets
SURREY SCIENCE CIRCUS 2012 The Surrey Science Circus …
…Strikes Back for our Fifth Year!
Light sabres on standby for Saturday 15th September
10.30 – 16.00 at University of [...]
And what an a amazing journey it was. But there is so much, sooooo much more to come.
Up at the crack of sparrows this morning and straight onto the NASA feed so I could watch everything as it happened. There was even a graphic simulation of events as they unfolded to us back [...]
Can’t wait for the landing. I’ll be up watching whatever feeds I can get my internet connection onto. We’ve got a fairly poor record of landing stuff on Mars so this is going to be a bit nerve-wracking. MSL could tell us so much about the possibility of life on Mars. It’s going to be [...]
Here are a few photos I took at Winchester Science Festival. It was completely awesome. Bring on WinSciFest2013 !