The Natural Sciences
- The Symphony of Science "Symphony of Science is a project from John D. Boswell, aka melodysheep, which aims to bring scientific knowledge and philosophy to the public, in a novel way, through the medium of music."
- Olympus BioScapes "Microscope images forge an extraordinary bond between science and art," said Hidenao Tsuchiya, President, Olympus Corporation of the Americas. "We founded this competition to focus on the fascinating stories coming out of today's life science research laboratories.
- NASA Image Gallery
- The Oldest Living Things in the World Photographs by Rachel Sussman.
Questions about Science
- Ten questions science must answer Martin Rees, with interviews by Alok Jha and John Crace
The Guardian, Tuesday 30 November 2010.
- Metaphysics and the limits of science Serious scientists know that they cannot explain all the major puzzles of existence.
Mary Midgley, The Guardian, Saturday 28 August 2010
- Philosophy v science: which can answer the big questions of life? Julian Baggini and Lawrence Krauss
The Observer, Sunday 9 September 2012
- Are climate sceptics the real champions of the scientific method? Warren Pearce looks at how science is used by their opponents. The Guardian, 30 Jul 2013.
- Lies, Damn Lies, and Science Conspiratorial thinking is a major element in the rejection of a broad range of scientific findings, from climate change to tobacco, vaccinations, GM foods and the moon landing. But why?
by Stephan Lewandowsky, Gilles Gignac & Klaus Oberauer. Australasian Science, June 2013.
- Stephen Hawking on Facebook "I have always wondered what makes the universe exist. Time and space may forever be a mystery, but that has not stopped my pursuit. Our connections to one another have grown infinitely and now that I have the chance, I’m eager to share this journey with you. Be curious, I know I will forever be."
- Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science? "We live in an age when all manner of scientific knowledge—from climate change to vaccinations—faces furious opposition.
Some even have doubts about the moon landing." By Joel Achenbach, 2015
Star Lectures: Professor Brian Cox
Professor Cox discussed the Big Bang, the origins of the universe and the importance of science to our modern civilisation.