The best examples of Rube-Goldberg machines from across the web.
This account of how DemoJam came to be isn't accurate, but that's the blur of production for you.
David Porter from the L’Oréal Young Scientist Centre asks what ‘science’ means to young people, and how we can inspire a true spirit of discovery.
Posted to Talking science on30th September 2014
Ada Lovelace has been called the 'world's first computer programmer', and is an icon for women in science. Professor Frank James delves into her life and links with the Ri ahead of Ada Lovelace Day on 14 October 2014.
Posted to From the Archive Women in Science on25th September 2014
Ahead of our event about the Great War, 'From cowardice to shellshock', Emily Mayhew highlights the vital but often overlooked role of stretcher bearers.
Posted to Ri events on19th September 2014
Laurence Scales highlights the contribution of Ri radio enthusiasts to signals intelligence in the opening weeks of World War I.
Posted to From the Archive on12th September 2014
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