Episode 16 – Dark Matter with Stephanie Campbell
*In this episode we talk to Stephanie Campbell, who is a PhD student at the University of St Andrews.
*Stephanie researches how the stars in galaxies move around, and they use this to tell them how much dark matter is in the galaxies.
*Tune in to hear Stephanie describe their work, our young people sharing their knowledge of space and to find out all about the mystery that is dark matter!
In this podcast episode the GBT science club talk to Layla Mathieson, who is a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh. Layla researches new ways to help people with lung cancer. In the episode Layla tells us how she images the tissues which are inside the body to see how effective treatments are, we make our very own ‘fibre optic camera’ and we find out about how the pandemic has impacted Layla’s work!
In Episode 14 of the science podcast we talk to Rebecca Wade from Abertay University! Tune in to hear us talk about Antarctica, wild swimming, what we love about nature, and future aspirations!
In this episode the science club meet Julie Gawrylowicz, who is a lecturer at Abertay University! During the episode, the young people learn facts about our memory, test how good their memories are, and learn about how false memories can be implanted.
The 2nd podcast on wind turbines! This time we speak to Marlee from Edinburgh University and Paul from Strathclyde University who come up with new ideas on how to make wind turbines more efficient.
The Mysterious World of Pensions
We should all be thinking about, and planning for, the future. That means thinking about retirement and how we are going to afford to finish up work later in life.
In this episode, Robbie Hewitt of JKFS Independent joins us to talk about Pensions.
Robbie explains in simple terms what pensions are, common misconceptions, and gives tips on how best to set up and manage a pension
The young people of Club 365 planned and recorded their own short interviews.
The first of two episodes both on Wind Energy. This week we interviwed Connor and Jade from Strathclyde University who are both doing degrees in wind energy. Here is a video about how an Offshore Wind Farm is made off of the coast of The Nedtherlands: How They Build Offshore Wind Farms – YouTube
In this episode our guest is Abd Alsattar Ardati who spoke to us about his project studying how people are trained and edit Wikipedia. Here is where you can “listen” to Wikipedia as mentioned in this episode: Hatnote Listen to Wikipedia
This week we talked to Mari Cole who talked to us about experimenting on different substances to understand what happens to them under different conditions. Here is a video about levitating trains that were mentioned during this episode: The Technology of Maglev Trains: Explained – YouTube