Tag Archives: election

What do election candidates think about science?

This election really matters. There are big questions at stake and – for the first time since 1992 – it doesn’t feel like a foregone conclusion. I want to find out all I can about the parties’ policies, and about the local candidates, before casting my ballot. So I wrote each of the candidates in […]

Killer questions for election hopefuls

I was back at the Wellcome Collection last night, for a Eurekalive! debate, organised by The Times, with a panel of experts including Brian Cox, the CERN physicist and presenter of the excellent Wonders of the Solar System; Alom Shaha, film-maker and physics teacher, Gabrielle Walker, broadcaster and author, and Mark Walport, director of the […]