Science Blender

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Latest Episodes

8. The Imposter Syndrome
June 17, 2019

Doubting yourself? Feeling unqualified? You are not the only one. Listen in as we tackle this widespread dread known as imposter syndrome. Published: June 17th 2019Hosts: Charlie Heinke and Monet Roberts Music Credits: Kalte Ohren (septahelix remix) (f...

7. Arna Pálsdóttir: Value from Waste
April 20, 2019

Coming from Iceland, Arna made her way to the US to work on science useful for geothermal operations back home. Here she developed a new method to extract lithium out of geothermal wastewater. We’ll hear about how she navigates between

6. Snehashis Choudhury: Between two electrodes
December 04, 2018

Some used to say lithium metal batteries were impossible. Snehashis’s strategy? Nanoparticles. Sneh shares with us how he followed his life’s current and wound up thinking about what happens between two electrodes.

5. Mardochee Reveil: Transitions
September 01, 2018

Mardochee’s scientific curiosity started with wondering how international phone calls work. After college, he went to America to pursue a research career, though his home country of Haiti never left his mind. We will hear how Mardochee bridged the worlds

4. Joseph Carlin: Keep Charging
August 08, 2018

It may seem that Joseph Carlin was destined to be successful in graduate school. But research doesn’t always turn out like you expect. We’ll hear how Joe coped with the struggles he faced as he tried to develop new materials

3. Jade Noble: Mosquitoes in Focus
July 24, 2018

We talk to cryo-electron microscopist Jade Noble about growing up in a military family, and the most dangerous animal in the world, and the challenge of switching lab groups in the middle of graduate school. Music credits: Something Elated by Broke

2. Michael-Paul Robinson: Antibody Origami
July 24, 2018

This pilot episode blends together the life and science of Michael-Paul Robinson. You’ll hear about a story of mentorship, what it is like to be a first-generation graduate student, and how antibodies can be efficiently produced in bacteria.

1. Welcome to Science Blender!
July 24, 2018

Welcome to Science Blender! In our pilot episode, we tell you what Science Blender is all about and give you a sneak preview of our first season! Published: July 24th 2018            Hosts: Kevin Weyant, Joseph Brown

3. Jade Noble: Mosquitoes in Focus
May 31, 2018

We talk to cryo-electron microscopist Jade Noble about growing up in a military family, and the most dangerous animal in the world, and the challenge of switching lab groups in the middle of graduate school. Music credits: Something Elated by Broke

2. Michael-Paul Robinson: Antibody Origami
May 31, 2018

This pilot episode blends together the life and science of Michael-Paul Robinson. You’ll hear about a story of mentorship, what it is like to be a first-generation graduate student, and how antibodies can be efficiently produced in bacteria.