Wow, we’ve had a good long break. But we’ve not been resting on our laurels (or oaks, or birches). Oh no. We’ve been remixing, recooking and totally reworking the show. From now on we’re bringing out new episodes monthly – so you’ll have to wait a bit longer between fixes!
So here is the first of our new shows. This is episode number 121 and it’s all about quantum hoverboards.
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This episode features:
- The Short Science News in Brief
- A guest news item by Tyler ‘Teary Eyes’ Anderson
- A Medical Casebook by Tyler ‘Teary Eyes’ Anderson
- All you ever needed to know about quantum hover boards
- What’s sciencey and happening around the UK in the coming weeks
Phew! Here is a link to the British Science Association’s events page.
And here are the two great films that demonstrate the Meissner effect and quantum hover boards. This first one is from Imperial’s ‘Science From Scratch’ series and is presented by Dr Catherine Zentile, featuring expert Professor Robin Grimes.
And here is the film by Ross Exton – when he tells you to click on the screen, go ahead and click, a new screen will open up with a demonstration; when you’re done with that Ross will be waiting to explain what it’s all about!
Short Science is written, presented and produced by Elizabeth Hauke.