Why Is Science Communication Important?

Hi! It’s Lily again – and today I am going to be talking all about Science Communication or Sci Comm for short. What is Science Communication? Who are Science Communicators? And crucially why is Science Communication important? Keep reading to find out more … What is Science Communication? Science Communication is the practice of communicatingContinue reading “Why Is Science Communication Important?”

STEM Scribbles – The Eiffel Tower Grows?

Hi there it’s Lily here! And today very excitingly we are starting a new series called STEM Scribbles! We will be sharing incredible and intriguing STEM related facts and info accompanied by one of my little scribbles! Both myself and Maisie are really passion about science, tech and engineering communication so we hope you enjoyContinue reading “STEM Scribbles – The Eiffel Tower Grows?”

I Read 84 Books in 2020!

Maisie here! Today I will be talking all things books, books, books! 2020 has been a year of reading for me and I can’t really fathom how many books I have read! I love books and this year I have tried to read a variety of genres and a good mix of fiction and non-fiction.Continue reading “I Read 84 Books in 2020!”

University During Covid-19

Maisie here! I have now come to the end of my first semester of my final year of university and I thought I would don my best Christmas jumper for the occasion! I study Aerospace Engineering at the University of Sheffield and had a year out to do my internship in 2019-2020. It has beenContinue reading “University During Covid-19”

Inspirational Interviews – Natalie Cheung

For this instalment of our inspirational interview series we are talking to Natalie Cheung. Natalie is an award-winning leader, volunteer and civil engineer who is passionate about promoting careers in STEM! She is currently working to deliver the STEM Ambassador programme in London, as STEM Ambassador Coordinator. For her volunteer work and active citizenship, NatalieContinue reading “Inspirational Interviews – Natalie Cheung”

Peak Hike To Plane Crash Site

One of the many perks of going to university in Sheffield is being so incredibly close to the Peak District. I have been to the peaks a few times in my first and second year but not ever for a proper ‘Duke of Edinburgh’ style hike. So a few weeks ago some friends and IContinue reading “Peak Hike To Plane Crash Site”

Pots, Pans and Panic – Heading Back to Uni!

Hi it’s Maisie here! We have had a bit of a break from the blog over the summer but we are now back and ready to go – I have even got a swanky fringe so it’s all new round here! It is now nearing the time that I will be going back to university,Continue reading “Pots, Pans and Panic – Heading Back to Uni!”

5 STEM Related Places To Visit In The UK

As lock down is slowly lifting in the UK, more and more attractions and museums are reopening. We love visiting new places and learning about new things! With London’s Science Museum reopening tomorrow we thought this would be the perfect time to share some lesser known science-y attractions that we have visited or hope toContinue reading “5 STEM Related Places To Visit In The UK”

‘But you don’t look like a physicist!’

Hi, Lily here! For this week’s post I am going to be talking about the reactions I have faced when talking to people about the fact I did a physics degree. My thoughts on the conversations I have had, how the responses have and continue to affect me and ultimately why I think working toContinue reading “‘But you don’t look like a physicist!’”

3 STEM Podcasts I’m Loving in Lockdown

Hello, Maisie here! Due to lockdown Lily and I have been living together for a while now, it’s been fab but sometimes I just need to be in my own zone. You will often find me with my headphones on listening to some form of media – podcasts, audio books or music. So here IContinue reading “3 STEM Podcasts I’m Loving in Lockdown”