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Hello! And welcome to the Science Bloggers Podcast. This show is an offshoot of the Science Bloggers Facebook group and was created with two goals in mind. Many science communicators are also involved in science in some way, whether they are scientists doing research, or have a keen interest in the field. The show geeks out in both areas, letting them discuss the science they write about, and their views on getting their message out.

Mar 30, 2020

This episode's guest is Dr. Darryl Boyd, a polymer chemist who works in the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). He also runs the science blog Science Made Simple, where he writes about getting minority children interested in science. He is also the host of the DrBoydTheChemist channel on YouTube where he demonstrates...


Mar 23, 2020

This episode's guest is Rob Lea. Rob is a freelance science journalist with a background in physics and  covers stories in space, astronomy, and quantum physics. In this episode we talk about pseudoscience, why do people connect quantum mechanics with their mystical beliefs, and what it means for...


Mar 23, 2020

We are back and I hope you missed us because I sure missed you guys. As we enter season two of this show, the world is experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a difficult time for everyone so please stay safe, sane, and healthy. We are all in this together.


Dec 3, 2018

This bonus episode's guest is Allison Coffin. Allison is a Washington State University professor who studies how hearing is lost and the ways it can be mitigated. She also runs the science communication non-profit Science Talk. I talked to he about her research in hearing loss and her goal to help science communicators...


Nov 14, 2018

This week's guest is Dr. Maya Byfield, founder of the Phenomenal STEMist. Through her podcast, Facebook, and one-on-one instruction with students, Maya hopes to get more minority students in STEM by getting parents more involved.

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