#26 Understanding Adaptation with Alexie Papanicolaou

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Alexie is Bioinformatician at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment working one ecological and economical important species. In this episode, we spoke about how species become what they become. This was an interesting conversation dealing with science, sociology and politics.

#23 Harmonising Emotion and Microtones with Gareth

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Gareth was initially fascinated by physics and maths. He later discovered his passion for music and consequently applied his maths and physics skills to do a PhD involving music and psychology. In this episode, we talked about the origins of western chromatic musical scale, the Pythagoras cult, what singers manipulate to have a beautiful voice, and much more. 

#20 Devouring Food Science with James Lee

 James Lee is a PhD Candidate researching in the field of food science. He talks to us about how he discovered his love for food science, and what food scientist do. James is a really funny guy, the first 30 sec of this episode should make that clear.  P.S. addendum James mentions BARP when it in fact the acronym is BARGE (Bioaccessibilty Research Group of Europe)

James Lee is a PhD Candidate researching in the field of food science. He talks to us about how he discovered his love for food science, and what food scientist do. James is a really funny guy, the first 30 sec of this episode should make that clear.

P.S. addendum James mentions BARP when it in fact the acronym is BARGE (Bioaccessibilty Research Group of Europe)

#19 Lobbying for the Climate with Tom Hunt

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For his retirement, Tom planned to travel the world and enjoy his life. But as he learnt more and more about climate change, he soon realised that if he didn't do something about it he would most likely leave a world that may be inhabitable for his children and grand children. Now, he speaks to politicians to lobby and educate them on climate change and what actions can be taken to mitigatethe consequences. 

#15 Looking for ET with Dr Ain De Horta

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Dr Ain De Horta was involved in SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence). He has also researched supernovas and the stardust they leave behind. In this episode I got to geek out on  some cool physics concepts like how stars live and die, why we know the universe is expanding, and much more.