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SipNSci

Jul 1, 2019

On this episode we (@that_astro_chic and I) talk about the broad strokes of planet formation and the work we’re doing to learn more about the planets around us. We also get into why we had to let Pluto go as a planet (sorry Future) and we also discuss what astrochemistry is, and our search for life on other...


Jun 1, 2019

On this I episode I talk to a neuroscientist about a special type of cell in the nervous system called glia. We specifically talk about glia in the peripheral nervous system: what we know about them, what we don't know and the work our guest is doing to learn more. We also talk at length about conferences (some pro...


Jan 31, 2019

Happy NEW YEAR! On this episode I talk about hearing, hearing devices, hearing protection and the components of sound with a Engineering PhD student studying auditory neuroscience. Our guest also gives some advice on the benefits of a Masters and/or a PhD in engineering.
 
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Dec 1, 2018

On this special holiday episode of SipNSci, I talk to Ashley from @schoolinlifepod about the importance of mentorship and they types of mentorship that can influence and improve your scientific career at every step between high school and post doc/job search. 

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Oct 31, 2018

On this episode I talk to Asante about her work on how HIV affects aging in the brain and HIV neuropathy. We also discuss some available treatments and preventive measures for the virus and also debunk some longstanding myths. We learn how HIV/AIDS makes the body more prone to cancer, the importance of representation...