UCL Energy Institute


UCL-Energy blogs for British Science Week

13 March 2015


British Science Week 2015 held a ten-day programme to celebrate British science, technology, engineering and maths. 

The UCL Energy Institute got involved with the celebrations by posting a series of blogs in the area of science communication, energy, sustainable heritage, technology and climate change. 

The blogs showcased the great research and work taking place here at UCL and included contributions from UCL Academics and Students across UCL-Energy, UCL ISR, UCL ISH, UCL IEDE, UCL Dept of Maths and UCL Green.

Click here to read all the blogs from British Science Week 2015 Blog

March 13

Katherine Welch: Lets Talk Science

Tia Kansara: It's getting hot in here, so take of some clothes? 

Paul Dodds: Inspiring the next generation of researchers

March 16

Moira Nicolson: The answer is blowing in the wind – tackling climate change by putting the washing on when the wind blows and the sun shines

Emma Terama: Girls in Science: is it a question of self-esteem?

March 17

Boran Li: Booming Energy Storage Industry Is Expected

Katherine Curran: Translating Data into Action: The Role of Science in the Management of a Heritage Site

Adam Roer: What does Climate Change do for the public image of Science?

March 18

Sofie Pelsmakers: Building performance and scientific research: why we need more of it

Maike Hohberg: Why mean sometimes means meaningless – stochastic IAMs can help to assess Climate Change impacts

March 19

Gesche Huebner: Downsize homes to downsize energy consumption

Oliver R Southwick: Who you gonna call? Mathematicians!

March 20 

Xavier Lemaire: Will informal settlements ever be electrified by utilities?

Scott Orr: Heritage science and the public sector

Alex Green: Sustainability Self-Help for Universities: the campus as a test bed for research
March 23

Michael Fell: More than a third of people would let their energy supplier turn off their heating