All posts tagged science

Exclusive Interview with Steve Brown

From Physics graduate and entrepreneur to an astute and inspirational filmmaker, Steve Brown embodies the brilliant mind behind Chasing Einstein, tackling both the role of director and producer. Brown elaborates on what […]

Exclusive Interview with Margot Brouwer

With Einstein’s theory of general relativity passing its 100th birthday, the new documentary, Chasing Einstein, challenges his equations as scientists from across the globe question the laws governing our universe. […]

Exclusive Artist Interview with Katrin Fridriks @ JD Malat Gallery

Ahead of the ‘Meet the Artist’ session (which is open to the public) on Friday the 8th March from 4-6pm at JD Malat Gallery, I had the opportunity to speak […]

Book Review: ‘Jog On’ by Bella Mackie

Picture this: A freezing, rainy February day in beautiful Mile End. I’m homesick. The Philadelphia Eagles have just won the Super Bowl. My friends back in the States have travelled home to be […]

Personal Platform: The Boy Who Thought He Was A Bumble Bee.

This short story reflects on Schopenhauer’s philosophy. Schopenhauer famously suggested that life is a perpetual cycle of suffering and boredom. We are never satisfied, because the ‘Will’ (the drive within […]

ABQ – The Molecular Cocktail Bar

Calling all Breaking Bad lovers! This experience is a must! ABQ is a quirky molecular cocktail bar based in Hackney. From the moment you enter the door, you are submerged […]

Who controls the present, controls the past: History lost and forgotten.

From astrology and science to Mathematics, agriculture and trade, the Middle East harbours the groundworks of many modern Western society’s key institutions. Never mind that the world’s three dominant religions […]

Chin Chin Labs @ Camden

Ever heard of liquid nitrogen ice cream? Me neither! Well, that was before I stumbled upon Chin Chin Labs situated in the heart of Camden Lock. When you read the […]

Should We Fear Advances in Artificial Intelligence? (Part II)

AI (artificial intelligence) is increasingly pervading the lives of modern day people – and at an unprecedented rate. Approximately 50 years ago, both mobile telephones and televisions were at the […]