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A show where we talk to science communicators, bloggers, YouTubers, and podcasters about the work they do, science, and science communication.

The Science Bloggers Podcast David Latchman

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A show where we talk to science communicators, bloggers, YouTubers, and podcasters about the work they do, science, and science communication.

    Microbes, microbes everywhere with Irin Anthony

    Microbes, microbes everywhere with Irin Anthony

    This week's guest is Irin Anthony, Irin has a background in medical microbiology and a science blogger living in Saudi Arabia. She runs the blog Living with Microbes where she introduces her readers to the wonderful world of microorganisms and our relationship with them. 

    • 34 min
    Talking about Facts for your Brain with Moxie LaBouche

    Talking about Facts for your Brain with Moxie LaBouche

    This week's guest is Moxie LaBouche. Moxie is a former goat farmer, and a burlesque dancer who did a stage production of Game of Thrones that was seen by George R. R. Martin. She is also the host of the Your Brain on Facts podcast and author of the Your Brain on Facts: Things you didn't know, things you thought you knew, and things you never knew you never knew.

    We discuss some of her more sciencey episodes as well as the importance of science communication during a pandemic.

    • 1 hr
    On becoming a Fancy Wildlife Biologist with Stephanie Schuttler

    On becoming a Fancy Wildlife Biologist with Stephanie Schuttler

    This week's guest telling her story in science communication is Stephanie Shuttler. Stephanie talks about her path to being a wildlife biologist: she had not planned on being one, or ever thought she could be one but a trip to Kenya changed all that. She ended up studying the African forest elephant for her PhD.

    Stephanie is also involved in citizen science efforts, using camera traps to study wildlife around the world. She is runs her own blog, podcast, and YouTube channel called the Fancy Scientist.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Making Fun Physics Videos with Rebecca Fitch

    Making Fun Physics Videos with Rebecca Fitch

    In this episode, we talk to Rebecca Fitch, an engineer with a background in physics who works in the field of nuclear fusion: she currently works to one day provide electrical power using fusion. Rebecca is also the host of the YouTube channel, "Science with Bexy" where she hopes to inspire other young girls to become interested and pursue STEM subjects in school and eventually STEM careers.
    Check Bexy on social media:
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/sciencewithbexy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sciencewithbexy/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sciencewithbexy/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/sciencewithbexy David Latchman is a science writer and the host of the Science Bloggers Podcast. He runs the Science vs. Hollywood blog where he looks at science in TV shows and movies.
    Follow David on Twitter: @sciwriterdave Follow Science vs. Hollywood on Twitter: @scivshollywood If you are a science communicator and would like to be a guest on our show, send us an email at sciencebloggerspodcast at gmail dot com. You can also check our science communication Facebook community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/scibloggers/
    Support our podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sciencebloggerspodcast

    • 38 min
    Podcasting about Neuroscience with Wilf Nelson (Part 2)

    Podcasting about Neuroscience with Wilf Nelson (Part 2)

    In this episode, we see the return of Wilf Nelson, the psychologist turned neuroscientist, who talks about his podcast Water Cooler Neuroscience. Wilf tells us why podcasting is the idea format for him to talk about neuroscience: It allows him to go in depth about a particular topic, which benefits the listener.

    • 32 min
    Using VR to teach students about the ocean with Mark Losavio

    Using VR to teach students about the ocean with Mark Losavio

    This week's guest is Mark Losavio, a marine biologist and science communicator who helps the surrounding communities around Boston learn about the ocean. Mark talks about the university where he works engages and helps schools around Boston, what he learned using virtual reality (VR) to teach people about the ocean, and why science communicators need to engage more with adults.

    • 27 min

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