Short film I made with materials scientist and science presenter Mark Miodownik demonstrating some of the weird properties of ferrofluid.
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Dark Energy So most of our universe (over 70%) is made up of something called Dark Energy. We can’t see it and we don’t really know what it is… Matter – everything that makes up me, you, planets and stars – appears to make up only a very small fraction of the universe, about 4%. … Continue reading »
Physicist Lily Asquith recently wrote an interesting and accessible piece on quarks, which was featured on Jon Butterworth’s excellent Life and Physics blog. Included within the post was an interesting depiction of physicist Murray Gell-Mann, as provided by illustrator and artist Toya Walker. Toya also happens to be the individual behind the imaginative and colourful imagery associated with the … Continue reading »
An Interview With Jeff Oster After discovering the LHC sound project last year I’ve been on the look out for artists who have taken these sounds and used them to make music. So recently I was very excited when I came across a track called “Particles of God“ because not only did it feature these bizarre … Continue reading »
So today we took over (Ed, Katie and Andy) short science and broadcast our own ‘take-over’ show which focused on the end of the world via Nuclear Annihilation! (Merry Christmas) We also produced and recorded a little sketch for the show which gave our own take on an emergency broadcast (Orson Welles style), thanks also goes to … Continue reading »
Kate Simko’s ‘Music from the Atom Smashers’ (2009) is a beautiful and serene collection of tracks made as the soundtrack for the documentary ‘The Atom Smashers’ Simko is an American born electronic producer and DJ, who produces an interesting and subtle blend of techno; her classical piano training is certainly evident in the wonderfully rich … Continue reading »