What is WeCreateEdu? A community for education on YouTube! Find out what’s happening.Read More What’s going on with YouTube and small creators?
A few months ago I was watching a YouTube video which steered me towards the topic of this post. I am a (very small time) youtuber myself, and spend a lot of time looking for ways to tweak my content and make it more polished. The YouTube video mentioned above was made using screen capture […]Read More Making videos on your phone.
Hi all. It’s been a while I’m ashamed to admit. I’ve been working on a new Facebook group to raise the profile of my channel. It’s been fun. Here is the link (hint: join the group!) Here is my newest video. A basic breakdown of what exactly the Goldilocks (or circumstellar habitable) zone is, and […]Read More Goldilocks and the Three Planets
I have been hard at work rebooting my Bens Lab YouTube channel. This has been prompted by a realisation that a niche topic such as astrobiology is not only insanely interesting, it can keep a niche channel alive, away from the blinding glare of the massively monolithic and sucessful general science channels dominating the platform. […]Read More Astro-biological: The living universe
An introduction to Astrobiology, showing that we really haven’t changed that much!Read More #Astrobiology
Examples of big scientific ideas don’t just happen in the lab…Read More #Emergence in Action
Space lost its innocence today…Hardboiled and underpaid, accompany a space cop at the crime scene of the future.Read More C.S.I. : #Ceres
Guarding the frozen soul of a long dead world…. Ah, science can be poetic sometimes!Read More #MetalCore: Walking on 16 Psyche
Self replicating and organising patterns represent something more primal than life. Did life inherit this drive toward meaningful repetition?Read More Who writes the #Writer?
It’s nearly 4 pm, on an absolute postcard perfect day. I’m in my car, parked at a tiny beach; one of a handful strewn along the Port River. Birds scamper on the sand, waves whisper past and the sound of distant traffic is like the pulsing murmur of an unborn child’s heartbeat through an ultrasound. […]Read More #FirstScienceCrush: Meeting Science