Professor Tony Belpaeme is our STEM testimonial speaker this month and he will tell us why he became a scientist.
Date Posted: 24th February 2017
Jeremy Curtis is the Head of Education and Skills at the UK Space Agency
Date Posted: 19th May 2016
Dr Mairi Knight is currently the head of the school of biological sciences at Plymouth University.
Date Posted: 16th February 2016
Professor Deborah Greaves is a Plymouth University professor in ocean engineering and the director of the Coast Laboratory, the university’s unique marine research facility.
Date Posted: 21st January 2016
Libby Jackson, Astronaut Flight Education Programme Leader at the UK Space Agency talks to the Science Museum about her first space memory and her aspirations for visiting Mars.
Topic: New Worlds
Paul Eccleston, a Space Instrumentation Systems Engineer at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Space works at the cutting edge of space science.
Date Posted: 20th January 2016
Cosmonaut (and the first Briton in space) Dr Helen Sharman talks to Science Museum about her first space memory, the historic 1975 Apollo-Soyuz mission.
Date Posted: 23rd November 2015
Stephen Fry talks to Science Museum about his first memory of space, watching Apollo 8 on TV as the first humans orbited the Moon..
Tim Peake talks to Science Museum about his early memories of looking up at the stars, just weeks before he launches to the International Space Station.
A Day in the Life of Dr Sheila Kanani — Planetary Scientists, Mullard Space Science Laboratory
Date Posted: 19th November 2015
Stefanie Kohl is a space systems engineer designing satellites for Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. This video shows just some of the tasks she gets through in a day.
In this film, Professor Camille Parmesan tells us why her career in science means her job is “the most fun thing she could possibly be doing for a living”
Date Posted: 16th November 2015
In The Invisible Man, the character Wells created in Griffin, swathed in his bandages, is now a SciFi icon …
Heir to a mining fortune, David Innes enlists his inventor friend Abner Perry in an experiment and together they accidentally drill down to the earth’s core in his “Iron Mole”…
A terrifying vision of scientific progress without moral limits, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein leads the reader on an unsettling journey from the sublime beauty of the Swiss alps to the desolate waste of the arctic circle.