Revealed: The Physics of Sticky Tape (from Cosmos Magazine)

This article that I wrote for Cosmos Magazine in 2019 was selected for the 2020 Anthology of Best Australian Science Writing, my third guernsey in three years.

Bizarrely, it’s no long on the Cosmos website – although lots of my other stories are. They can’t explain this, so – since I am sure you’ve all been looking for it incessantly – I have found a web archive of it and posted it here for your delectation.

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Using AI to study Humans Falling Over

Dr Maryam Ghahramani from University of Canberra gives a lovely talk about her work on balance in humans. Because of her humour and charisma it’s a great pub science communication about human healthThis set is also part of the Phil Up On Science – 2021 International Women’s Day in the Pub Show.

To develop your own sci comm skills with Dr Phil, visit the Science Communication training page.

Also, if you’d like a pub night about your science, find out more at the Science In the Pub page.

This set filmed March 9, 2021, at Smiths Alternative in Canberra, Australia, by Sandie Walters.

Above all, sponsored by the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Canberra.

In conclusion,  music used is Electricity by Phil Dooley; Thing Theme by Phil Dooley and Chris Stewart.

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