Closing Your Day: Knowledge Is Power In The Palm Of Your Hands
Recap of Pop GO posts published on Nov. 20, 2012.
- Four More Names Up For Harry Osborn In “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”
- Heroes Of Science Action Figures
- Marvel’s Delayed “Phase One” Set Due For April Release
- Steam’s Autumn Sale Debuts - Arm Your Credit Card
- Ang Lee Wishes He’d Have Done A Fun Hulk
- Work Already Underway On “Star Wars: Episode VIII” and “IX?”
- Capcom Trademarks “Fighters Of Capcom”
- Anime Review: Little Busters! - 7
- Manga Review: Bleach - 514-516
- Anime Review: Sukitte Iinayo. - 7
- Anime Review: Sword Art Online - 20
- Anime Review: Uchuu Kyoudai - 33
Heroes of science
The Royal Society is one of my favourite places in London and last week I attended one of their free events open to the public. It was a highly entertaining lecture by Dr Roger Highfield, Director of External Affairs at the Science Museum Group and former editor of the New Scientist.
The lecture was recorded. So, if you love your scientists as much as I do, then you will love to hear more about them here and find out why Einstein has become the most famous scientist in the public mind.