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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.

Jun 1, 2020

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...


May 25, 2020

This week's guest is Wilf Nelson, a psychologist turned neuroscientist who studies inhibitory and regulatory mechanisms in the brain. This is the first part of Wilf's talk where we talk about the science behind what he does in the laboratory.

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May 18, 2020

Our guests this week are Chelsie Boodoo and Daniel Puentes. They are both PhD students at Michigan State University and hosts of the radio show and podcast "The Sci-Files on Impact 89FM" where they talk to other MSU students about their research. Chelsie and Daniel also started MSU SciComm, a student-led organization,...


May 11, 2020

This week's guest is science comedian Matthew Murtha. Matt talks about some of the work he did when he was a scientist, how he got his start as a science comedian, and what his plans for his comedy career for the future in a world of social distancing.

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May 4, 2020

In this episode we have a returning guest Wes Wilson. As you may recall in our previous episode, Wes is a scientist who is using the immune system to fight certain types of cancer. He still is but in a time of the novel coronavirus, things have changed. Wes tells us how the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has affected cancer...