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.
In this week's Sciographies episode, Economics prof Tess Cyrus speaks about what it was like to grow up in Southern California, why economics was the subject that captured her interest (after a short stint in chemistry), and some of her most recent studies on international trade and economics education.
Mark Stradiotto's first interest in metal was more of the "hair metal" variety. On this week's episode of the Sciographies podcast, hear how his work as a chemist is helping bind metals together in new and innovative ways.
For its latest episode, Sciographies teamed up with Dalhousie’s Open Dialogue Live to bring viewers a special alumni edition of the podcast featuring the inspiring story of former NASA astronaut, Dr. Kathryn Sullivan (PhD’78, Earth Sciences), the first American woman to walk in space and the first woman to travel to the deepest part of the ocean.
Growing up, Tim Bardouille had many hobbies, including music and judo. But it was his early fascination with technology and philosophy that sparked his desire to study physics — and which led him to a career in research focused on how best to capture and analyze brain signals. Learn more in this preview of the latest episode of the Sciographies podcast.
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