“There are so many ways in which people helped, across the whole community. We had a wonderful range of videos created for us, and a wealth of material on food and drink.”
Recycled Wool Reimagining Textiles
The fashion industry is increasingly the focus of ways to reduce waste. And now textile engineers are researching a wool like product that has fascinating properties.
Can a supernova affect the Earth System?
“The Late Devonian is generally accepted to be one of the ‘Big Five’ mass extinction events”
Predator Loss & Climate Change – A Lethal Combination
“It’s well documented that humans are changing Earth’s ecosystems by altering the climate and by removing large predators, but scientists rarely study those processes together.” Douglas Rasher, senior research scientist
Nick at the Science Festival: Sheep on the shore
“The North Ronaldsay sheep are members of the northern short-tailed group and are quite small only about 25 kilos in weight. They were formerly found throughout Orkney . “
Women Engineers – From Airships to the Space Race
Dr Nina Baker, took us on a journey on Thursday 10th of September, celebrating the work and influence of women engineers from the earliest innovators in flight with balloon technology, through to the Space Age.
Ellen : “The Tesla of the Sea”
“Maybe we will save this world after all.” Halfdan Ambrahamsen, Aeroe, Denmark
Protect Scotland: #Covid Tracing App
The App is free to download and is for people who live in or who are visiting Scotland.
Climate Change & Covid – Challenges & Collaboration
‘Islands Collaboration and Planning for the Future’ was the topic for an online presentation and discussion on Wednesday 9th of September.
Jellyfish On Evie Sands!!!
“There’s not a lot to say about them – except – I have never seen so many jellyfish in one place, at a time!”