The very first post on Sincy Science, focusing on the discovery of the Huge Large Quaser Group, and its size in comparison to the rest of the universe
What the discovery of the Huge LQG mean on the current laws of physics in the Universe
A summary of Ottobock’s Michealangelo Hand, how it can be used as a prosthetic arm and the Passion for the Paralympics tour.
How bad science can spoil a good film, and the truth about orbiting Black Holes
Calculating how much energy could be produced from using renewables and whether it would be enough to cover Britains current energy needs.
The pros and cons of Coal, Gas and Nuclear energy.
How we can use time in science, from relativity to the possibility of time travel.
A run down of what went on at the Tin Box Camera workshop of the Edinburgh Science Festival 2013, and how photography has changed over the last hundred years.
The lighter side of science, from botched experiements to ‘accidental’ drawings of male organs
How the laws of Physics can be applied to the game of hockey, from stick skills to types of equipment and playing surfaces