In this Q&A we talk to Dr Sam Illingworth and Dr Paul Wake from Manchester Metropolitan University, about the card game that they have made to develop dialogue around climate change and heat decarbonisation. Read more [...]
Technoculture is a podcast launched in 2018 by Federica Bressan which consists of a series of one-on-one conversations with experts in the fields of technology, research, art, and science. Read more [...]
Introduced in the 70s, audio description has improved access to several cultural services, and it has increased freedom, independence and life quality to a vast portion of the audience suffering from sight loss. Read more [...]
Recent research has shown how dung beetles use the sun, the wind, and even the stars to navigate. Join Dr Illingworth for a poetic investigation into the internal compasses of these fascinating insects. Read more [...]
Episode 2: A Thawing Habitat This episode explores new science which reveals how global warming may result in Siberia becoming more habitable during the 21st century. Read this episode’s science poem Your barren canvas stretchesTightly Read more [...]
Episode 1: Deep-sea Tremors This episode features an investigation into the relationship between deep-sea fish and earthquakes in Japan. Read this episode’s science poem From buried cracksAnd open woundsShrouded scalesBegin to seep.Cutting Read more [...]
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