SATNAV: Science and Technology News and Views

SATNAVSATNAV: Science and Technology News and Views is the University of Birmingham's bi-annual science journalism magazine, written, edited, and published by students, for students. Take a look at our past issues at https://issuu.com/satnavmag to see what we can do! 

If you have an interest in journalism, scientific writing, or even scientific illustration/photography then this is a great opportunity to get some experience. We cater to all ranges of scientific interests, from psychology to physics and everything in between!

Want to know more? Email us at satnav@guild.bham.ac.uk and don’t forget to keep up to date with our latest news on Facebook, Twitter @satnavmag, Instagram @satnav_mag and LinkedIn

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A riveting discussion with Yvonne Baker

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As part of Yvonne's visit to the University to deliver her Distinguished Lecture, SATNAV were invited to be a part of a roundtable discussion, allowing students to get answers and advice directly from her.
Date:
22/05/2020

Birmingham, STEM Ambassadors and Me

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Yvonne Baker, Birmingham graduate and Chief Executive of STEM Learning delivered the 2020 EPS Distinguished Lecture. Best known for creating STEM Ambassadors, she is passionate about STEM education opportunities for all.
Date:
22/05/2020

Other Worlds and Science & Society

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This past term has been really exciting for SATNAV with another successful issue, discussion sessions and even a brief foray into the glamourous world of ball gowns. Take a peak at what they've been up to.
Date:
19/12/2019

WISE Inspire: Dr Maria Velissariou

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On 27 February, in the lead up to International Woman's Day, WISE had the privilege to invite Dr Maria Velissariou (PhD Biochemistry, 1992) to talk at their 'Inspire' event.
Date:
08/03/2019

A collaborative semester with SATNAV

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Science and Technology News and Views (SATNAV) Magazine had a busy term working introducing workshops to promote close collaboration with writers. The committee tells us more about this and the new issue.
Date:
21/12/2018

SATNAV interview Professor David Phillips

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Professor David Phillips CBE FRS, Past President of the Royal Society of Chemistry and alumnus, gave the 2018 EPS Distinguished Lecture. His lecture saw him share his personal journey from undergraduate through a successful career in photochemistry. SATNAV Magazine had the exclusive interview.
Date:
18/04/2018

SATNAV's 2018: an amazing year of firsts!

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SATNAV (Science and Technology News and Views) Magazine have had a very eventful and exciting year. They've published two new editions, explored Science in Nature and Science in Film and TV, covered the first College-wide sporting competition, worked with countless other societies, and even interviewed two celebrities!
Date:
12/04/2018

SATNAV Interview Simon Singh

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Simon Singh, one of the world's most popular maths writers, delivered the 2017 EPS Christmas Lecture, taking us on a whistle-stop tour through his bestselling books. SATNAV Magazine had the exclusive interview.
Date:
14/12/2017

SATNAV interview Osman Kent

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Osman Kent, Computer Science and Electronics alumnus and serial technology entrepreneur, delivered the fifth EPS Distinguished Lecture in March 2017. Philippa Jefferies, Sara Jebril and Joanna Chustecki caught up with him to find out about his career.
Date:
11/04/2017

SATNAV in Spring

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This term SATNAV have covered a broad range of common and the lesser-known concepts, explored their counter-intuitive and surprising myths and discussed the dangers of believing them. Editor in Chief Sara Jebril tells us more.
Date:
07/04/2017
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