• The Science Show Episode 4 – World Toilet Day

    Matthew Bird Happy World Toilet Day! Join Matt, Roma and Ottilie as they discuss the global sanitation crisis, speak to Professor Sarah Jewitt and student Hannah Pink, and share their favourite toilet facts. If you’d like to learn more about the case of Henrietta Lacks, check out this article...
  • The Science Show Episode 2 – Space Week

    Matthew Bird Join hosts Matthew, Ottilie, Feyin and Roma for the inaugural episode of Impact’s latest podcast, ‘The Science Show’! This week, we hear from Environment and Social Justice Officer, Martha Roberts, and the presidents of Hacksoc and the Green Economy Society. Remember to vote for your favourite science...
  • The Science Show – Welcome Week

    Matthew Bird Join hosts Matthew, Ottilie, Feyin and Roma for the inaugural episode of Impact’s latest podcast, ‘The Science Show’! This week, we hear from Environment and Social Justice Officer, Martha Roberts, and the presidents of Hacksoc and the Green Economy Society. Remember to vote for your favourite science...
  • Are We Turning A Blind Eye And Becoming Desensitised To Conflict?

    One of the first things we do every day is check our social media, where we are faced with the latest ‘breaking news’, often a barrage of negativity - conflict, the rising coronavirus death toll, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, school shootings and violence against peaceful protests – a sensory...
  • Can A Growing Population Be Sustainable?

    The United Nations observes World Population Day on the 11th of June. In 1989 this day was known as the Day of Five Billion. In the years since, our population has continued to grow to 7.8 billion today. Is it possible for a sustainable future with this continued growth?...
  • Second Person HIV Free! 

    The second ever case of cured human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) happened to 40-year-old Londoner Adam Castillejo, who has been 30 months HIV free since the beginning of March 2020. HIV was the last widespread global pandemic since coronavirus, beginning in 1981, infecting 75 million and killing 32 million.  HIV is a virus spreading through...
  • What is the Destructive Potential of Robots? The Boston Robot Dog

    Roma Coombe explores the destructive implications of Boston Dynamics' latest robotic creation....