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Joel D. Lusk and colleagues Cynthia Abeyta and Maceo Martinet talk about their work as biologists and the influences in their own lives that led them to the work they are engaged in. Cynthia and Maceo talk about being Latinos...
97-year-old grandfather reminisces about the early 20th century.
Russell “Russ” Flowers (60) talks with his friend and colleague, Fred Weber (61), about their respective companies in food testing and laboratory equipment, Silliker Laboratories, Weber Scientific, and the International Association for Food Protection.
Physician James E. Jackson tells his children, James Jackson and Stephanie Christmas, of his work in the medical field and of the importance of attending Morehouse College for him as an illiterate young man.
Craig Jurgensen is interviewed by his son John Jurgensen about becoming a doctor, his focus on neurology, specializing in Parkinsons Disease and diagnosing and treating his wife for memory loss in his retirement.
Kelli Fox, 42, interviews her colleague Steven Forrest, 60, about his occupation as an astrologer.
Benjamin “Ben” Chapman (33) and his friend, Don Schaffner (49), talk about technology and social media developments in food safety, press and media communications about food safety, and food-borne illness outbreaks in recent history.
Suzanne Nikolaisen (39) interviews her father, Henry J. Johnson Jr. (82) about his career in aeronautical engineering.
Spanish interview featuring La Creme CEO Patricia Pinto and Dr. Jose Wiley speaking about the important myths and realities of the novel coronavirus. Brought to you by La Creme Angels and La Creme Modeling & Acting Agency. @lacreme @lacremeangels lacreme.com...
Paul Tatter (67) by Randy Pedro (38) about working at Explora, starting up in education, and life in Native American villages in New Mexico. Paul tells an excellent story about being taught a traditional tribal dance.
Jose Garcia (74) talks to son Karl Garcia (46) about his life and how he became a physicist.
Kathryn Neaverth interviews her father John Loder about her childhood, their friendship and challenges and their hope for each other and their familiy’s future.
Sisters Paula Bendel and Rhonda Pupella remember their grandparents, Clyde and Mabel Nancarrow (paternal) and Herbert and Sarah Phelps (maternal), and share stories of their time on the family farms.
Alex Carothers (44) by Tara Zollinger Henderson (29) on their relationship via Explora museum--T. was the educator for A.’s children. They both discuss their jobs; A. on his job as a pilot.
Barbara Interviewed Her Husband Robert to talk about his experience after being hipnotized
John tells his wife, Amy, about growing up with a stutter.
Bill HInes, 66, interviews his mother-in-law Charlee Kambert, 87, about her life, writing and the plays she wrote and performed around the country.
Jack Powell was a poor kid from literally the wrong side of the tracks who went to college on an athletic scholarship and became a rare-earth chemist who purified uranium for the Manhattan scholarship. He says, “losing my football scholarship...
Susan Liebeskind and Laurie Foley interview each other about going into comuter science in graduate school and the change in environment. They compare technology from their student days to that of the present and discuss being a woman in the...
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews George Kraft (62) about his work at the Davis Dam, moving to Bullhead City, AZ to work in the dam, and his memories of the area.
Donna Lancaster, 78, is interviewed by friend Mindy Reed, 54. Dorothy was born without knee or hip joints and speaks about how her parents raised her to make her own choices and how she overcame the challenges she face in...
Liane “Lee” Russell (87) talks to her friend Cindy Kendrick (53) about her life and scientific accomplishments.
Serena Stickney interviews Russell Dale, reunited after twenty years. They talk about who they were in the third grade, who they are now, and what they want to be in the future.