A collection of blog articles written by myself as well as those written by others that eloquently express what I want to say.
I asked 12 scientists: What Is The One Fact Humanity Needs To Know? By Tom Chivers, BuzzFeed, August 2015
Pressing FIRE on the most powerful laser in the world, bringing research to reality International Year of Light 2015 Blog, March 2015.
Bringing the power of lasers to the public by Chris Hatherill, Light 2015 UK blog, Feburary 2015
“We try to bridge the gap between pop culture and science by teaming up with open-minded venues, artists, musicians, DJs and other creative types – and those in the scientific realm who ‘get’ why this is so important.” Chris Hatherill, founder of and creative mastermind behind pop-science initiative Super-Collider
#sheblindedmewithscience blog series by Science Grrl, November 2014
Girls can’t do physics? How schools are failing to tackle gender stereotypes by Samira Shackle, New Humanist Magazine, December 2013.
STFC blog entry written while I took part in the ‘I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here’ competition. March 2011
Follow me on twitter @ceribrenner for my 140-character musings on life and #physicsbanter
New Humanist magazine, Physics column
I contribute articles to the New Humanist magazine physics column, new issues out every season.
Summer 2015 edition. Celebrating the awarding of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics to the inventors of the blue LED
Autumn 2015 edition. Physics discoveries that made it onto global news desks on 14th July 2015
Build your own supernova
Autumn 2014 edition. Using super powerful lasers to generate minuture supernova explosions in the lab