Two Australian PhD students attempt to feel productive on Friday afternoons. Join us as we discuss our lives, our science and our universe(ity).
Lab Meeting 25: Without Feeling Guilty
Marco Giardina (star of episode 8) returns to the show after completing his PhD. Tune into here his reflections and thoughts on the process. There's also a classic Italian whinge about pasta at the end.
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Lab Meeting 24: Sydney Science Festival Preview
An and Ellery take a very loose, very casual look at the Sydney Science Festival 2018 in anticipation of National Science Week.
Get out there and enjoy #ssf18 !!!
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Lab Meeting 23: Coral Near Oxford
We finally cornered the elusive Caitlin Lawson! The previous winner of the UTS 3 Minute Thesis and C3 marine biologist joins us for a little chat.
She's rounding the corner of the last 6 months of her thesis but takes time out of her busy schedule to talk corals, PhD failure, resillience and volatile gases.
You can follow more of Caitlin's work on twitter @CaitlinAlinya or us @alumnotyet or Ellery @pelagicjohnson.
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Lab Meeting 22: Fingermarks and Fingerprints
This week Dr. Scott Chadwick reflects with us on his PhD and his career paths. Full of pop culture references and plenty of "extra"-ness this is a fantastic chat with someone who has successfully been through the journey of a PhD without losing his head (or getting it bitten off).
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Lab Meeting 21: Its a Strong Brain!!!
We bundled Kate Samardzic into the studio and she spilled the beans on the potential toxicity of pre-workout supplements, giving your first lecture, her Triple J debut, Fame Lab Australia, communicating your results and the importance of your mental health during study. We also get to the bottom of why we work in medical or environmental science.
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Lab Meeting 20: A Short Lunch
Join us for some stunning hay-fever themed preamble with Trent Haydon. We discuss stress compounds in corals, short lunch vs. long lunch, soft skills from the real world and forgetting to take the bins out.
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Hilarious and insightful look into the life of a PhD student
Love listening to the banter of Ellery and An, they have great rapport. They have a awesome range of guests who have some great insight into their research and the life of a PhD student. Wish I had this when I was doing my PhD
Would play out loud
Definitely putting this on the next time I manage to be in charge of the lab music!