Sunday, February 25, 2018

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February 26 – Solar energy – advancing beyond silicon technologies

There are huge opportunities and challenges in replacing Silicon as the absorber layer in commercial solar cells. Thin-film technologies offer shorter energy payback time,...

March 10 – Experimenting with light – the fastest thing in...

Kicking off British Science Week - Photon Fun!  with 4 free workshops - 10-30, 11-30 am 14-00 and 15-00 pm and a lunchtime talk. Spend an hour: exploring camera...

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REVIEWS

Film Festival – The Core

Hilarious summing up of The Core by our panellists at the Redgrave Theatre. And more clips...

Justin Quinnell and his I-scuras

March 10th, the beginning of British Science Week, and we're down in Millennium Square with...

Dark horizons – the reality of caving

On October 10th, 2016 we held our AGM at the Friends Meeting house in Redland,...

Science Cafe – cosmetic surgery

Science café - I don’t like the way I look, is cosmetic surgery the answer?  Review...

INTERVIEWS

Science Chat with Professor Laurence Hurst

Laurence Hurst, Professor of Evolutionary Genetics at Bath University and Director of the Milner Centre...

Science Chat with Stephanie Diezmann

Stephanie Diezmann, Lecturer in the Department of Biology & Biochemistry at the University of Bath Dr...

Robotics Laboratory – Tony Pipe

Professor Tony Pipe interviewed by Hilary Lamb. Tony is Deputy Director of the Bristol Robotics Laboratory....

Why is science hard?

What science is and what it does is often obscure, uncertain and difficult to understand. In...
Interview by Bob Foster

Sam Bonnett – Soil Ecologist

We are currently entering a period of dramatic global environmental change driven in large part...

Science chat with Paul de Bank

Paul De Bank, Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutics at the University of Bath. Dr Paul De Bank...

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