• The Science Show Episode 3 – Black History Month

    Matthew Bird Join Matt, Feyin and Rian for the latest episode of The Science Show, celebrating Black History Month. Feyin interviews Professor Sarah Sharples and Dr Stacy Johnson, while Rian catches up with Kundai, the Welfare Secretary of Nottingham’s Women’s Engineering Society. And, as ever, Matt brings us the...
  • The Stolen Cells Of Henrietta Lacks

    Sarvenaz Hosseini          Would you want your cells to live on beyond your death without your consent? How would your children and grandchildren feel knowing bits of you are in labs all over the world without you or them having a say? Studied and examined. Your...
  • Viv Anderson: Forest & England Icon

    As part of our coverage during Black History Month, Zack Palmer details the career of legendary Nottingham Forest and England Player, Viv Anderson....
  • Interview With The ACS For Black History Month

    I sat down with the president of the African Caribbean Society (David Adeogun) as part of Impact’s articles for Black History Month. We had an in-depth conversation and spoke about a range of issues concerning black students, black history, the Student Union and the University....
  • 5 Pioneering Black Explorers

    Rebecca Herman The travelling that is possible today, the sights we get to enjoy and the endless possibilities for adventure would be nothing without the explorers that have come before us! From land to sea, and even space, this list of explorers will take you through history and show...
  • Then And Now: Black Sporting Pioneers

    Rachel Roberts  In the second of a 2-part series, Rachel Roberts highlights the careers of trailblazing Black athletes and those who are following in their footsteps in today’s game. Part 2 focuses on American women stamping their mark on history. Grand Slam Champion and A Future Star: Althea Gibson...
  • Influential POC in the Food Industry

    Manjula Simon As we come to the end of Black History Month it is important to recognise influential people of colour, especially black people and in the food industry. Whether you are reading this during BHM or not I hope this will encourage you to think about the food...