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Interview with Glenn Wolkenfeld - the man behind sciencemusicvideos

Glenn Wolkenfeld is a high school teacher and the man behind the website, www.sciencemusicvideos.com. We spoke to him about all things music and science education. Hello, Glenn. Thank you for speaking to us. Could you tell us a little about…

Sam Gregson, Bad Boy of Science: “Comedy helps to bridge the gap”

The Bad Boy of Science turns out to be a very friendly guy: particle physicist, scicommer, comedian, and YouTuber Dr. Sam Gregson, currently  based in Leeds.  “I’m very energetic and enjoy producing content that is current, relevant, interactive,…

Crastina Column, Sep–Oct 2017: Can a simple card game help us see things from ”the other’s” point of view?

Can a simple card game reveal hidden aspects of culture and demonstrate how biased we are when meeting people from different backgrounds? ”Indeed!” says the experience from the Graduate Professional Skills Certificate program (module: Thinking…

Swedish Public & Science organisation launches animation project

Recently, the Swedish organisation Vetenskap & Allmänhet (‘Public & Science’) launched an animation project where they want to reach out to children and youngsters. The first video has the title What is Science? (“Vad är vetenskap?”)…