This article was originally published at macscicomm.wordpress.com . Last month I was invited to take on the role of Social Media Liaison for one of McMaster’s premier science outreach events, Researchers’ Night. This was a great opportunity for me to try designing and implementing a social media advertising campaign - a skill that seems … Continue reading My first social media gig
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I love science. I really do. But is it the most negative thing I involve myself in voluntarily?
The only thing true love needs to grow is pure, brutal logic. As such, periodically, I will reach into the mailbag and answer your romantic queries. This week, I try to reduce a messy love triangle into a love... line?
I still remember what it’s like to have all of my water weight on the outside of my body. Luckily for me, I will have access to an air conditioner this year. But how did humanity survive so many summers without air conditioning?
Last week we described our experimental apparatus (the hydraulic press) and a technique for characterizing materials. This week we will allow The Hydraulic Press Channel to perform our experiments, and we will analyze the results.
Finnish factory owners Lauri and Anni have a hydraulic press and use for the best possible purpose: crush things for fun. Everything is a science demo, so let’s learn something from this.