I, Science Editor interviews Simon Singh

by Adrian Giordani The Editor of I, Science managed to get hold of Dr. Simon Singh to talk about the recent success in his libel case with the BCA (British Chiropractic Association) and his views on libel law and science communication.   What does the positive outcome of your libel case mean for science communication […]

Yin and Yang

by Adrian Giordani What do alien life and pregnancy tests have in common? These concepts seem worlds apart but UK scientists have been performing technological alchemy with instruments designed to search for life on Mars. The ExoMars mission is the first attempt to locate organic material from samples one to two metres just below the […]

From the editor – Summer 2010

by Adrian Giordani I, Science is back for one more run! And what an issue we have in store for you. If, like me, you’ve been enjoying the World Cup, take a breather from the disappointment and excitement, and pick up the latest I, Science issue. Read the exclusive interview I had with Dr. Simon […]

From the editor – Spring 2010

Adrian G – April 2010 ‘Happy Belated Easter’ and welcome back from a well deserved break. Whatever you were doing; revising, eating chocolate, catching up with old friends or making new ones, get ready for an exciting new edition of I, Science! We are a little late in reaching you this term, but as the […]

El Salvador: Climate, Politics, Science

Adrian Giordani – April 2010 The recent catastrophe in Haiti at the start of 2010 has emphasised the very real and current vulnerability of developing countries to unexpected climate change. Only last December, the world’s leaders met at the Copenhagen Climate Conference. The world looked on to see whether an international and legally binding agreement […]

The Great I, Science Sci Fi TV Survey

Ben Kolb and Adrian Giordani – April 2010 A couple of months ago the I, Science team were ‘geeking’ out in the pub, arguing over the respective merits of Babylon 5 and Deep Space Nine and whether the reimagining of Battlestar Galactica s the best science fiction series ever? After much debate and before the […]

From the editor – Winter 2009

by Adrian Giordani Happy New Year and welcome to the first I, Science of the new decade. We have worked tirelessly to bring you the latest news from science topics, both domestic and international. Discover what methane may mean for microorganisms on Mars and the consequences of the Copenhagen Climate Conference for subsistence farmers in […]