June 30th! It has gone quickly and with today being the last day of pride month it seems fitting to mention a very influential scientist
To be creative, you have to think differently, we have a tendency to be labelled strange, crazy, and even insane. The Disordered Mind by Erik R.
To develop a more human-like robotic gripper, it is necessary to provide sensing capabilities to the fingers. However, conventional sensors compromise the mechanical properties of
Researchers at Hokkaido University and Amoeba Energy in Japan have, inspired by the efficient foraging behavior of a single-celled amoeba, developed an analog computer for
It is one (or actually several) of those books you have always heard something about, but actually never read it… Now Reading: Dune by Frank
I had an opportunity to be one of the panellists in the Data Skeptic podcast recently. It was great to have been invited and as
May the 4th be with you!
I came across the image above in the Slack channel of the University of Hertfordshire Centre for Astrophysics Research. It summarises some of the fundamental
Great to have been able to watch Monty Python’s Life of Brian’s we-welease and during Easter. I has aged well! And remember: “He’s not the
Catching up with some reading. Very timely, PhysicsWorld is covering some new developments in high-spec mass spectroscopy and drug discovery. While The Economist’s front cover