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Season 2
Episode #7
with Yasmin Meeda
Take out your microscope and join us with Yasmin Meeda, marine microbiologist, for a stunning view of the tiny, unsung organisms that fill our seas and oceans. Discover how these crystalline wonders form one of the lungs of our planet. Plus, will we ever see Diatoms: The Movie, and do marine biologists really spend all day swimming? Listen in to find out!
Episode #7
with Yasmin Meeda
Take out your microscope and join us with Yasmin Meeda, marine microbiologist, for a stunning view of the tiny, unsung organisms that fill our seas and oceans. Discover how these crystalline wonders form one of the lungs of our planet. Plus, will we ever see Diatoms: The Movie, and do marine biologists really spend all day swimming? Listen in to find out!
Episode #6
with Duncan Yellowlees
Join us for episode 6 with Duncan Yellowlees, founder of Duncan Yellowlees Training and master of the dark art of research presentations. Discover why tearing up the rulebook might be the best thing you've never tried when it comes to talking about your research. Plus, how do we range from Fred Dibnah to Druidism (with stunning relevance we hasten to add) in the space of one chat? Listen in to find out!
Episode #6
with Duncan Yellowlees
Join us for episode 6 with Duncan Yellowlees, founder of Duncan Yellowlees Training and master of the dark art of research presentations. Discover why tearing up the rulebook might be the best thing you've never tried when it comes to talking about your research. Plus, how do we range from Fred Dibnah to Druidism (with stunning relevance we hasten to add) in the space of one chat? Listen in to find out!
Episode #5
with Sophie Milbourne
In this episode we chat to Sophie Milbourne, a.k.a. Soph Talks Science, about her journey from doctoral scientist to full-time science communicator. Find out how science communication can work for you, adding a bold new dimension to your research. Plus, what connects Wolverine, molecular science, and a talk without an audience? Listen in to learn more!
Episode #5
with Sophie Milbourne
In this episode we chat to Sophie Milbourne, a.k.a. Soph Talks Science, about her journey from doctoral scientist to full-time science communicator. Find out how science communication can work for you, adding a bold new dimension to your research. Plus, what connects Wolverine, molecular science, and a talk without an audience? Listen in to learn more!
Episode #4
with Richard Jacques
How exactly does one go from being a diplomat to an academic in art history? Join us in episode 4 as Richard Jacques takes us on an incredible journey through time and space, focusing on a chance encounter with a very special set of paintings. Plus, what's the best way to paint a disembowelment, and how long should you wait before starting your PhD?
Episode #4
with Richard Jacques
How exactly does one go from being a diplomat to an academic in art history? Join us in episode 4 as Richard Jacques takes us on an incredible journey through time and space, focusing on a chance encounter with a very special set of paintings. Plus, what's the best way to paint a disembowelment, and how long should you wait before starting your PhD?
Episode #3
with Dom Pates
Join us in episode 3 for a view of the future with Dom Pates, Senior Educational Technologist at City, University of London. How is technology changing what goes on in the lecture hall? (and whether it goes on there at all!) Plus, find out how a chance English lesson in far-flung Japan led one man to a career at the forefront of educational technology.
Episode #3
with Dom Pates
Join us in episode 3 for a view of the future with Dom Pates, Senior Educational Technologist at City, University of London. How is technology changing what goes on in the lecture hall? (and whether it goes on there at all!) Plus, find out how a chance English lesson in far-flung Japan led one man to a career at the forefront of educational technology.
Episode #2
with Julia Bornemann
Can a psychedelic experience heal a lifetime of unresolved pain? Join us in episode 2 as Julia Bornemann guides us through the latest studies into the misunderstood power of psilocybin. Plus, hopes for the future of medicine, and discover how putting people at the heart of research can reveal amazing new possibilities.
Episode #2
with Julia Bornemann
Can a psychedelic experience heal a lifetime of unresolved pain? Join us in episode 2 as Julia Bornemann guides us through the latest studies into the misunderstood power of psilocybin. Plus, hopes for the future of medicine, and discover how putting people at the heart of research can reveal amazing new possibilities.
Episode #1
with Dillon Jones
Join us in episode 1 as we venture deep into the lustrous jungles of Central America with biologist Dillon Jones. Discover basilisks, boa constrictors and giant toads, and find out how complex datasets can help scientists to settle the family history of these ancient animals. Plus, what's really more vicious – jungle predators or competing academics?
Episode #1
with Dillon Jones
Join us in episode 1 as we venture deep into the lustrous jungles of Central America with biologist Dillon Jones. Discover basilisks, boa constrictors and giant toads, and find out how complex datasets can help scientists to settle the family history of these ancient animals. Plus, what's really more vicious – jungle predators or competing academics?
Season 1
Episode #10
with Patricia Manzano
Join us in episode 10 with Patricia Manzano, PhD candidate at Durham, for a thrilling tale of beautiful paintings, forgotten legacies, and political intrigue in 17th century Spain. Who was del Mazo, what were his talents, and why has he so often been overshadowed by the masterful Velázquez? Find out how modern research is uncovering the truth of this unsung artist - and how art history can illuminate all of our lives.
Episode #10
with Patricia Manzano
Join us in episode 10 with Patricia Manzano, PhD candidate at Durham, for a thrilling tale of beautiful paintings, forgotten legacies, and political intrigue in 17th century Spain. Who was del Mazo, what were his talents, and why has he so often been overshadowed by the masterful Velázquez? Find out how modern research is uncovering the truth of this unsung artist - and how art history can illuminate all of our lives.
Episode #9
with Simone Toma
Join us in episode 9 as Simone Toma, PhD and Human-Factors Engineer, talks us through the imperceptible processes at play whenever we make a decision. Are we really in control of what we do each day? Plus, find out how these processes are influencing the products of tomorrow - from shoe design to virtual reality.
Episode #9
with Simone Toma
Join us in episode 9 as Simone Toma, PhD and Human-Factors Engineer, talks us through the imperceptible processes at play whenever we make a decision. Are we really in control of what we do each day? Plus, find out how these processes are influencing the products of tomorrow - from shoe design to virtual reality.
Episode #8
with Fiona Knight
Join us in episode 8 as we talk to Fiona Knight, PhD in History at Cambridge, about the complicated truth of medieval medicine - from drunken surgeons to punch-ups at the hospital. Plus, why your Pinterest habits might have more in common with the Middle Ages than you think!
Episode #8
with Fiona Knight
Join us in episode 8 as we talk to Fiona Knight, PhD in History at Cambridge, about the complicated truth of medieval medicine - from drunken surgeons to punch-ups at the hospital. Plus, why your Pinterest habits might have more in common with the Middle Ages thank you think!
Episode #7
with Beatriz Mingo
In episode 7, Beatriz Mingo Román, Royal Academy of Engineering and Presidential Fellow at the University of Manchester, tells us about the modern marvel of smart ceramic coatings, and their applications in the future of transport and medicine – from cross-country haulage to broken bones. Plus, reflections on her recent award successes.
Episode #7
with Beatriz Mingo
In episode 7, Beatriz Mingo Román, Royal Academy of Engineering and Presidential Fellow at the University of Manchester, tells us about the modern marvel of smart ceramic coatings, and their applications in the future of transport and medicine – from cross-country haulage to broken bones. Plus, reflections on her recent award successes.
Episode #6
with Paloma Sangro
Join us in episode 6, as we talk to Paloma Sangro del Alcazar, Doctor of Internal Medicine at Clínica Universidad de Navarra, about the deep mysteries of the human body. What is non-
coding messenger RNA and why do we have so much of it? Plus, Paloma opens up on her dual role as practicing doctor and researcher.
Episode #6
with Paloma Sangro
Join us in episode 6, as we talk to Paloma Sangro del Alcazar, Doctor of Internal Medicine at Clínica Universidad de Navarra, about the deep mysteries of the human body. What is non-
coding messenger RNA and why do we have so much of it? Plus, Paloma opens up on her dual role as practicing doctor and researcher.
Episode #5
with Rayyan Zafar
In our fifth episode, Rayyan Zafar, PhD Fellow under the supervision of Professor David Nutt, takes us deep into the world of neuropsychopharmacology. What role do psychedelic drugs play in the treatment of addictions and mental illnesses? Plus, we talk candidly about the political and societal perceptions of drug-based research.
Episode #5
with Rayyan Zafar
In our fifth episode, Rayyan Zafar, PhD Fellow under the supervision of Professor David Nutt, takes us deep into the world of neuropsychopharmacology. What role do psychedelic drugs play in the treatment of addictions and mental illnesses? Plus, we talk candidly about the political and societal perceptions of drug-based research.
Episode #4
with Vikki Rand
In episode 4, we talk to Professor Vikki Rand, Interim Director of the NHC, about the colossal scale of the Human Genome Project and her studies into cancer in the UK, Africa and beyond.
In episode 4, we talk to Professor Vikki Rand, Interim Director of the NHC, about the colossal scale of the Human Genome Project and her studies into cancer in the UK, Africa and beyond.
with Vikki Rand
Episode #4
Episode #3
with Maria O'Hanlon
In this episode, we learn from Maria O'Hanlon, PhD Researcher at Teesside University, how observing the behaviour of flies could lead to advances in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease. Do mitochondria hold the secret?
Episode #3
with Maria O'Hanlon
In this episode, we learn from Maria O'Hanlon, PhD Researcher at Teesside University, how observing the behaviour of flies could lead to advances in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease. Do mitochondria hold the secret?
Episode #2
with Stuart Mcerlain-Naylor
In episode 2, Stuart Mcerlain-Naylor, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Biomechanics at the University of Suffolk, tells us about the hidden patterns at play on the sports-field. Can we measure success in the body of an athlete? What really makes us faster, better, or stronger?
Episode #2
with Stuart Mcerlain-Naylor
In episode 2, Stuart Mcerlain-Naylor, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Biomechanics at the University of Suffolk, tells us about the hidden patterns at play on the sports-field. Can we measure success in the body of an athlete? What really makes us faster, better, or stronger?
Episode #1
with Leire Celaya
In our first episode, we speak with Leire Celaya, PhD in Materials Science and Technology, about metal-organic frameworks - an innovation in the world of nanoparticles. Find out what they are, how they work, and what the do to our cells.
Episode #1
with Leire Celaya
In our first episode, we speak with Leire Celaya, PhD in Materials Science and Technology, about metal-organic frameworks - an innovation in the world of nanoparticles. Find out what they are, how they work, and what the do to our cells.
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