PartyLab Year in Review: A Look Back at 2021
2021 has come and gone, and quite frankly we’re exhausted. So let’s take a reflective look back on the year that saw PartyLab come to be.
2021 has come and gone, and quite frankly we’re exhausted. So let’s take a reflective look back on the year that saw PartyLab come to be
And just like that, 2021 is no more. Let’s all just take a collective breath and relax, shall we? There’s no point in trying to pretend that last year was anything other than an absolute disaster. A global pandemic that just won’t seem to leave, an evolving virus that has more variants than we have good ideas (although that might not be the best comparison), and murder hornets.
Were they this year? I can’t even remember anymore. The past two years have all melded together into one amorphous blob of indiscriminate time.
One good thing that came out of the year however, was the foundation of PartyLab Industries. On March 9th, at 4:47am local time here in Ireland, this website went live for the very first time. Since then we’ve gone on to bring you some of the best and most inconsistent science content the internet has ever seen (absolutely no bias in that last sentence, we swear).
So What Have We Done?
Since that fateful day we’ve published 24 blog posts, 103 Instagram posts, 190 tweets, 3 live streams, 3 YouTube videos, and missed more content deadlines than we can count. We’ve had hundreds of visitors to the site from 36 individual countries, and we’re only getting started.
We’ve analysed the science behind the inevitable zombie apocalypse, we’ve looked at the enduring physiology of Cristiano Ronaldo, and we even tried to imagine the utter horror of a world without coffee.
We marvelled at science’s most interesting awards ceremony, questioned our audience’s ability to even read, and unearthed the harrowing truth about a nuclear attack.
And through all this and more we were guided by one simple principle…
Science shouldn’t be boring for anyone.
Making Science Matter
We hope to unearth the science in everything and to show everyone the amazing science that surrounds their daily lives. Test tubes and bunsen burners are brilliant, but they aren’t for everyone. Maybe you’ll read all of our articles, or maybe you’ll just enjoy one. Honestly, it doesn’t matter. As long as we can show people that science isn’t all white coats and boring classes.
We’re on a mission to make science fun and entertaining for all, and we won’t rest until
the world is ours we’ve achieved our goals. We have so much planned for the coming year that will hopefully see PartyLab hit new heights. And we’re exceptionally happy that you’re here for the journey.
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