In the last Sciographies episode of the year, pharmacology student, neuroscience alum and varsity athlete Gracious Kashéké (BSc’20) takes over hosting duties to interview usual host David Barclay for a change.
From growing up in Jamaica to attending school in Ontario, Sophia Stone has always surrounded herself with strong female role models. Now, she's a role model herself, as a professor and molecular biologist at Dalhousie, exploring how plants respond to their environments and cope with changes. Learn more in a preview of this week's episode of Sciographies.
Hal Whitehead’s path to becoming a marine biologist wasn’t cut and dry. But it’s taken him deep under the waves to learn how whales behave and communicate with each other. Learn more in this preview of this week’s episode of the Sciographies podcast.
Taking early inspiration from famed broadcaster and sex educator Dr. Sue Johanson, Dalhousie researcher Natalie Rosen has made it her work's purpose to understand and help individuals and couples coping with sexual problems or changes to their sexual relationships. Learn more in our preview of this week's episode of the Sciographies podcast.
A Dalhousie pain researcher and a former Much Music-host-turned-parenting-blogger are helping millions of parents around the world learn how to help relieve their children’s pain with the #ItDoesntHaveToHurt initiative.