Biggest #AWE to my biggest homie @gregsavagebarkhuizen jou legend! Shot for the cap buddy, and cheers @charlieolympic ill be rocking this hard as hell. @jagermeistersa
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Incredible photo of the northern lights seen from iceland by #wheretowillie "It’s hard to describe the northern lights, it feels like something that happens to you as much as it something that you merely see. Getting to share in three first-timers experience, & see that joy in their faces, that was something special."
Incidentally i think Philip Pullman's latest trilogy part 1 is out today
Hilary Berseth creates sculptures that blend the guiding hand of humanity with the forces of nature. He crafts armatures in a variety of materials and uses natural processes to transform them into organic, architectural forms. His work demonstrates the power of an enlightened partnership with nature and are a testament to the creative potential of nature’s toolbox. In his “Programmed Hive” series, which is featured in this exhibition, Berseth collaborates with honeybees to create a unique set of sculptural beehives. He designs a framework for each hive and builds it out of plywood and polystyrene foam. He then introduces honeybees into the hive structure, establishing a resident artist colony that springs to life with the hum of harmonized production. Berseth presents these sculptures as a celebration of the honeybee, a species that is critical to our food supply. He invites us to marvel at the intricacy of their constructions and to appreciate their role in creating the bounty that fills our supermarkets, farms and gardens. @yvonnegabriellesenouf #savethebees#beethecure#art#science#awe#wonder
Students enjoyed spending the morning working with scientists and engineers from AWE yesterday, on a range of enjoyable problem solving activities designed to develop the kinds of skills valued in STEM environments, as well as giving the students a greater insight into the diversity of career opportunities available to them with science and maths A' levels. The activities ranged from building and fine-tuning the performance of electrochemical cells through to designing and testing a nose cone for a water-powered rocket that would enable an egg to survive the fall back to earth. #AWE#STEM#QMCSTEM#QMCMaths#QMCScience#Scientists#Engineers