Blogs

Museums of Medicine in Past and Present: Innovating the use of medical collections as public and private academic resources.

Semmelweis Museum, Budapest, 12-14 May, 2010 We are delighted to announce that eight papers presented to the highly informative workshop on
 “Museums of Medicine in Past and Present” have now been posted, and which offer a particularly exciting insight into how science and medical museums view their roles as both social and academic resources.

Interview with Birmingham Skeptics in the Pub

We had the pleasure of being interviewed on Monday by Patrick Redmond from Birmingham Skeptics in the Pub. Listen to the interview below or visit the site.

 

Guest Blog Skeptical about climate change skeptics by John Cook

John Cook is based in Brisbane, Australia. He studied physics at the University of Queensland. After graduating, he majored in solar physics in his post-grad honours year. In 2007, he began the Skeptical Science website as a labour of love (and a nerdish fascination with climate science and database programming). The Skeptical Science iPhone app was released in February 2010.

Guest Blog She is an Astronomer by Alice Sheppard

Alice Sheppard moderates the Galaxy Zoo Forum. Alice prides herself as an amateur astronomer with a lifelong interest. Alice wants to become a professional science writer and promote citizen science. Pulse Project is currently producing a documentary about Galaxy Zoo. This is the second guest blog from Alice.

Guest Blog A Challenge To Skeptics By K O Myers

This next guest blog is by K.O. Myers the founder of Grassroots Skeptics. He is a recent law school graduate, proud husband and father, and very keen to see skepticism make the transition from community to social movement. He lives in Philadelphia, PA, USA with his wife and infant daughter.

Guest Blog Good effort, but could do better By Alom Shaha

Our fourth Guest blog is by Alom Shaha who gives his verdict on free educational science videos on the net. Alom is a physics teacher and film-maker. He has written, produced and directed TV programmes about science. He is also responsible for the web and video based project www.whyscience.co.uk.

Guest Blog Astronomy Time at the Zoo By Alice Sheppard

   Alice Sheppard moderates the Galaxy Zoo Forum, and we are delighted that she agreed to write our third Guest Blog. Alice prides herself as an amateur astronomer with a lifelong interest. Alice wants to become a professional science writer and promote citizen science. Pulse Project is currently producing a documentary about Galaxy Zoo.

Guest Blog By Renee Watson

Whenever I go into schools I start by asking students to draw a picture of “a scientist”. This is partly to see whether perceptions are changing thanks to Nina and the Neurones, the naked scientist et al and partly because I enjoy confirmation that perceptions haven’t changed.

First guest blog with David Bradley

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David Bradley (@sciencebase) introduced me to twitter. He supported @pulseproject all the way through our first steps. We have found twitter to be a great tool to communicate information about this project to a wide audience. We are delighted that David agreed to be our first of many guest bloggers on Pulse Project.

Very busy marketing.

It has been a very busy month promoting the site, and a very succesful one. I am very happy indeed that my favourite local information sheet in oxford dailyinfo.co.uk have allowed us to post a link on their website. I always enjoy reading the daily info as it lets me now exactly what is on in oxford in terms of lectures.

Pulse Project for the new year

Welcome to the Pulse Project!

With our new virtual home having recently (re)opened its doors, we look forward to introducing you to our new website and some of its exciting new content and features. As always, we hope that these regular blogs will offer a channel of communication and are grateful for any feedback, comments, and advice you might have.

Welcome to the Pulse Project!

In this, our first blog, we look forward to introducing you to our new website (pulse-project.org), and some of its exciting content and features. After months of perpetual delays, we are delighted to open our new online home, and hope that these regular blogs will offer a channel of communication to ensure that the website reflects to your needs and wishes.

 

 
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