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Are we in a new Golden Age of science?

Its often the case that of the three major scientific disciplines taught in schools and university, one or other of physics, chemistry or biology comes out on top. For a long period, it seemed that physics was top dog, with its endless discoveries at a quantum scale, the continuing affirmation of Einsteins theories of relativity […]

testing, testing …

Its not an original observation, but it does appear that the relentless focus on tests and testing from an early age within the British education might just be turning large swathes of young people off the idea of education at just the time in history when they need it more than ever. The idea of […]

Living the subscription lifestyle

There was time not so long ago when I either bought things outright or had finance to buy things outright. But recently, I’ve noticed an increasing number of the things I buy are offered as a subscription. There are some financial reasons (that we don’t need to go into here) why companies want subscribers, but […]

Patreon Science

As a self confessed fan of trying new ways to get an education (or in¬†hipsterspeak, hack education) I’ve been following Patreon for a while now. For those of you who haven’t been paying attention, Patreon is the brainchild of a musician who was ¬†popular on YouTube, but found that support for his music wasn’t turning […]

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