Join Hosts Frances and Mallory as they talk with fellow scientists about the most important historical #WomeninSTEM you (may) have never heard of.
The Curie Family, Part 4
In the last installment of our Curie Family special, we talk about Irene and Eve Curie's work during and after WWII.
The Curie Family, Pt. 3
In the third installment of our Curie Family special, we talk about the early life of Irene and Eve Curie, as well as the Nobel Prize-winning work of Irene and Frederick Joliot.
The Curie Family Part 2
In the second part of our Curie family special, we finish the story of Marie Curie's life, picking up right after Pierre's untimely and tragic death.
The Curie Family, Pt.1
The time has come! We are finally doing an episode on our podcast's namesake, Madame Curie herself! In the first in a multi-part series, we talk about Marie Curie's early life, her partner in crime Pierre, and the scientific breakthroughs they made that would earn them the Nobel Prize.
Women and Romance Galentine's Day Special
It's February, and romance is in the air, so we have a special "Galentine's Day" episode! We invited sociologist Anna Michelson to share her research on romance novels, and how gender has shaped the romance genre.
Movie Review: Radioactive
In the second installment of our movie review series, Frances and Mallory discuss their reactions, thoughts, and reflections on the movie Radioactive, a biopic about Marie Curie.
Fun and Informative
This show brings to light the history of women in the sciences, especially women whose contributions haven't been widely celebrated or publicized. It's an important topic and the hosts make the content relatable and fun. It's a great resource for anyone looking to learn more about the legacy women in science have left for the current generation.
Witty, informative, fresh
Wonderful information about women in STEM.
Hilarious and you learn something
This podcast has been my salvation from the isolation of working from home in the midst of a pandemic.
Thanks you two!!