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Recent “What Do Scientists Do?” episodes feature two Dal PhD candidates

Posted by SuperNOVA at Dalhousie University on March 30, 2022 in General Announcements

New episodes are now available of “What Do Scientists Do?”: Supernova’s family-friendly STEM podcast.

Listen to What Do Coral Reef Ecologists Do? to hear from Suchinta Arif, PhD candidate in the Department of Biology and co-founder of Diversity of Nature, as she teaches us all about what it’s like to research coral reefs!

You can also listen to What Do Computer Scientists Do? to hear from Matt Peachey, PhD candidate in the Faculty of Computer Science, as he teaches us all about machine learning and its applications, including musical instruments, video games, and more!

Episodes are available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Follow @scientistsdopod on Twitter or Instagram for updates and bonus content!  

Interested in being a guest on the show? Complete this Google Form or email for more info. Stay tuned for more Dal guests in future episodes!  

“What Do Scientists Do” is made by SuperNOVA at Dalhousie University. To learn more about our summer camps, workshops, and more, follow @supernovaatdal on social media or visit .