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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.

Sep 17, 2018

Wes Wilson is a scientist studying ways to use the body's immune system to fight mesothelioma. Wes tells us a little about cancer, why it can be so difficult to treat and cure, and why the immune system can be use to treat some cancers. Wes also happens to be a science communicator with over 15 years experience. He...


Sep 10, 2018

Richard Berks is a science communicator who works for a cancer charity and the owner of the Geekfather blog. Richard's blog is both a science and parenting blog and came about as he tried to use a science-based approach to answer some of the questions he had with regard to parenting. In this episode, Richard and I talk...


Sep 3, 2018

Dr. Anastasia Bodnar is a scientist and science communicator. She talks to us about her project, scimoms. Scimoms, or science moms, is a group of science communicators who are hoping to bring evidence based science to parenting.

Blog: SciMoms (https://www.scimoms.com/)
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Sep 3, 2018

Dr. Chris Cloney studies how to reduce the hazards of dust explosions. We talk to him about the science behind dust explosions, the science behind an explosive scene in the 2018 movie The Equalizer 2, and his latest business that helps scientists use their blogs to establish themselves as authorities in their...


Sep 3, 2018

Our guest is Paula Rowińska, a mathematics graduate student studying the effects of wind on energy prices. We talked about her blog Certain about Uncertainty, her TEDx Talk on mathematics in our everyday lives, why women should become mathematicians, and her views on science communication.

Check out Paula's blog to...