Polling is one of the most used ways to gauge the feelings or opinions of a large group of people. It’s been used for centuries. According to the book Proofiness, by Charles Seife, the first polling, or at least first political polling “was conducted by the Pennsylvanian, a Harrisburg newspaper, in July 1824” (93). […]
Our 46th Issue of I,Science, dealing with so called random coincidences, is out now! Read it here!
This week we look at the science of down under!
A remote radio recording discussing the impact of COVID-19.
Our 45th issue is out now to read! Find it here on our website!
This week we celebrate International Women’s Day, as we talk about the barriers women still face in 2020, and debunking gender myths.
International Women’s Day special: COVID-19 death rate is lower for women and children; 70% of global health leaders are men; and there are no countries with gender equality.
This week we discussed the importance of sleep, sleep disorders, and how to get a good night’s sleep.
This week we’re getting a little tipsy discussing the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain.
We talk about misinformation this week, and what you can do about it.
This week’s episode focuses on love and sex, discussing topics such as human anatomy and birth control.
This week I, Science Radio discusses LGBT in the arts and sciences.
How the importance of music and theatre feature in our every day lives.
Is our DNA really safe from investigators if we submit to companies like 23andMe?
This week we’re getting gutsy as we discuss all things microbiome. Presenter Jacqui Wakefield and producer Ryna Lau were joined in the studio by Lydia Melville, Sara Helm Knudson, and Harry Jenkins. We discussed how the microbiome works in the gut and in the vagina. This week’s show was presented by Jacqui Wakefield and produced […]
This week is all about Veganuary, what is veganism and how is it sustainable.
The 44th Issue of I,Science Magazine is here! We focus on energy, from energy crises to mental health.
This week we follow the Christmas spirit to discuss cold climates, such as polar gigantism, arctic warming, and penguins.
This week’s episode is all about video games, what makes them addictive, possibly haunted, and for mobile phones.
This week’s show is all about mental health awareness and how mental health is perceived by our society.
Conspiracy theories with alcohol, what could possibly go wrong?
This week for our radio show we remember those who fought in wars around the globe. We discuss how war has affected science and how science has affected the war. Today’s show had Ryna as the presenter, Jacqui as a producer, with guest stars Billy Irving and Kenna Castleberry. Ryna she began the discussion with […]
This week we discuss dementia and its impacts on society.
From body farms, demon cores, and fairy circles, this episode gets spooky…just in time for Halloween!
This week we explore the ocean depths and discuss a day in the life of a marine biologist.
What inspiration can we pull from nature? From medicinal plants to bio-mimicry, the options seem to be endless.
Welcome new I, Science Radio crew! Our new producer is Ryna Lau and our new presenter is Jacqui Wakefield. They were joined in the studio by the I, Science magazine co-editors Charlotte Hartley and Priyanka Dasgupta, and 2019 Science Communication M.Sc. student and creative director Jack Monaghan. Discussion included the benefits of being involved in […]