Engagement and Education, Environment, Future, Genetics, Space, Weird

New ways to communicate science – Science-Rap

This fortnight I thought I’d do something a little different. Rather than a normal article, I thought I’d draw your attention to a group of science communicators who definitely have their own style. These people are part of a burgeoning group of science rappers. Oort Kuiper Jon Chase, aka Oort Kuiper, is a science communicator… Continue reading New ways to communicate science – Science-Rap

Genetics, Human interaction

Sexual attraction – Part 2

Last post talked about the effects that the sex hormones oestrogen (females) and testosterone (males) have on attractiveness to the opposite sex. While the do have a major role in assisting our search for appropriate mates, there are other factors.   Physical features The effects of sex hormones on facial features has already been described,… Continue reading Sexual attraction – Part 2