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Must-See Stargazing Events of 2018

Here at science made simple, we love sharing our passion for science, and helping others who wish to do the same! This blog post showcases an infographic developed by TelescopicWatch.com highlighting the must-see stargazing events of 2018.   ___________________________________________________________________________ We are science

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What we did in April 2018

This April we made some Big Bubbles at The Big Bang, we provided researchers with science busking training in Zurich and we all celebrated National Tea day by having a lovely cuppa. Where have we been? A Few months ago David

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Tea: drink of the angels or the devil’s brew?

By Gaz Smith Having been asked to write about the potential effects of tea on the body, I thought that, rather than conduct my research through the scientific literature, I would see what the popular press thinks about this most

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What we did in March 2018

March has been a very fun and busy month! British Science Week has come and gone, we visited Hong Kong, launched a free Augmented reality resource and our fantastic presenter Zoe returned from maternity leave. Where have we been Free Augmented Reality

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What we did in February 2018

February has been a very exciting month! Starting with our founding director Wendy Sadler receiving her MBE and continuing with a bunch of great shows. We performed in some fantastic places and we are all geared up and ready for

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What we did in January 2018

Despite being the first month of the year, January has been very busy for us here at science made simple.  We’ve been delivering brand new virtual reality workshops around South Wales, we’ve presented Welsh language shows in North Wales, we’ve

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The Super Blue Blood Moon

Tonight (31 January, 2018) the world, or at least a lot of it, will get to see a very rare lunar event, known as a super blue blood moon. The last time such a combination of lunar phenomena took place

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By Royal Approval…

by Wendy Sadler An invite to Buckingham Palace doesn’t come along every day – but when it does, what’s a science communicator to wear? I was humbled and excited to be honoured with an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday honours

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Keep Calm! I’m an Engineer

We absolutely love working on new and exciting projects that allow us to take science and engineering to new audiences. “Keep Calm! I’m an Engineer” is our newest workshop and is allowing us to do just that!  “Keep Calm! I’m

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5 Million Steps Challenge for The Flying Seagull Project

Staff from science made simple, The Institute of Physics Wales, and Las Cumbres Observatory are teaming up to walk 5 million steps between Friday 15th September and Saturday 14th October. This challenge will raise money for The Flying Seagull Project. If

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