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A 13 year old’s memory of the moon landing in Columbus, Ohio.
Micropaleontologist Timothy Bralower has sailed multiple times on JOIDES Resolution and a mission-specific platform. He reflects upon how communication at sea has changed over time, from mailbags filled with letters waiting in port when the ship returned, to the use...
Graeme Wyllie (40) talks to his student, Favziya Rasulova (19) about originally being from Scotland and why decided to move to the United States.
I speak with my biologist friend about the relevance of storytelling to our evolution.
Kaitlyn Shaw speaks to Jim Kremer, her former professor, about how they inspired each other.
Vivek Somasundaram [no age given] interviews his father, Thayumanasamy Somasundaram (62), about his childhood and upbringing in India. Thayumanasamy talks about his family, his educational background, and his decision to pursue a career in science.
In this interview, student Kayla Byrne and her dad, Neurosurgeon and life long reader Richard Byrne talk about the book “The Blank Slate” by Steven Pinker as well as the importance of a life long love of reading.
Adiaha Spinks-Franklin interviewed her Aunt Mrs. Jean Madolyn Reid-Brinkley about her 31-year-long career as a teacher.
Graduate students in neuroscience Emily Celestina Sales (27) and Sarah Josephine Stednitz (30) speak about their experiences as women in the sciences and the injustices they hope will be addressed in diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Oregon.
Nina Siegal spoke to her father, Dr. Frederick P. Siegal, about his 40 year career as an HIV/AIDS specialist, from the beginning of the epidemic until a few years ago
We talked about changing childhood dream jobs and people who affected career choices.
Christina Lim is an Experiment Support Scientist with the Cell Science Project and the Biospecimen Sharing Program at Paragon-Tech, who work with NASA Ames. She is also a passionate science communicator and has worked in public outreach and education. In...
Oliver Zagorin is a teacher for students with special needs. He is dating my sister (Adriana Mantilla) and she can be heard in the background. Oliver is the main focus of the interview.
Betty Cohen (87) talks with TC Cowles (no birth date given) about her marriage, education, especially her graduate studies, family and her husband's struggle with Parkinson's disease.
We talked about the influence of science and the experience of being an older brother.
As an associate professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences and volcanologist at Denison University, Erik Klemetti works on volcanoes all over the planet, from Chile to New Zealand to the Cascades of Oregon and California. His research focusses on how...
What is it like to be a graduate student as part of the science party on JOIDES Resolution? Celeste Pallone shares her experience as a sedimentologist on Expedition 397 (Iberian Margin Paleoclimate, Oct-Dec 2022) as an early career scientist and...
Kerissa Battle (42) an ecologist in the Catskills talks with a close family friend Leana Tishim (13) a student on Long Island about her childhood and the experiences and lessons learned. She also shares a few lessons about finding oneself...
In this interview, Erin interviews her mother about growing up in a religious family in Greeley and the time culture shock she experienced when she moved to Baltimore for college. Her mother shared stories about her travels to Mexico and...
In this interview, Dr. Meloe S. Kacenelenbogen discusses her expertise in ‘aerosols,’ suspended particles in the atmosphere. These small particulates can affect air quality and human health and can also impact the Earth’s radiation balance. We also discuss why she...
We talk about going to the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting together and how science is changing.
Walt Petersen is chief of the Science Research and Projects Division at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. Basically, he leads a group of folks who research and develop technology to explore and study the universe and also to observe and...