Posts by Nina Adams

Playing at Science – Tomas Rawlings

Earlier this month, we looked at the winning game for the Longitude Prize’s search for a game to raise awareness […]

Educational Apps and E-learning – When is it too much?

There is lots of talk about the benefits of using gaming as a very effective platform for encouraging audiences, particularly young […]

Superbugs – Can You Defend Humanity Against the Resistance?

The resistance to antibiotics is a big problem, a problem that the Longitude Prize feels is so big that in […]

The Perfect Game if EU Want Control Over the Referendum

The build up to today has been relentless, with both the Leave and Remain campaigns picking up speed and all […]